Going Green is Easy Your library The following books by lizbethbennett


									Going Green is Easy @ Your library The following books and movies have been sponsored by the Resource Recovery Funding Board Adult Books: Compost: the natural way to make food for your garden by Ken Thompson Worms Eat My Garbage by Mary Appelhof It’s Easy Being Green by Crissy Trask Growing Up Green by Deirdre Imus The Lazy Environmentalist by Josh Dorfman Simply Green Giving by Danny Seo Simply Green Parties by Danny Seo Good Green Kitchens by Jennifer Roberts Unbuilding: salvaging the architectural treasures of unwanted houses by Bob Falk The Green Book by Elizabeth Rogers Gorgeously Green by Sophie Uliano Recycle! Make your own eco-friendly and creative designs – 60 projects for home & garden by Moira & Nicholas Hankinson True Green: 100 everyday ways you can contribute to a healthier planet by Kim McKay Creative Juice: 45 re-crafting projects with recycled stuff by Cathie Filian & Steve Piacenza Alternacrafts: 20+ hi-style lo-budget projects to make by Jessica Vitkus Green Building & Remodeling for Dummies by Eric Corey Freed The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Green Living by Trish Riley Green Living for Dummies by Yvonne Jeffery New Container Style: simple and innovative ideas for planting in recycled pots by Adam Caplin Salvage Sisters’ Guide to Finding Style in the Street and Inspiration in the Attic by Kathleen Hackett & Mary Ann Young Restoration Home: creating beautiful interiors with rescued treasures by Mark & Sally Bailey Children’s & Teen Books: Recycled Crafts Box: sock puppets, cardboard castles, bottle bugs & 37 more earth-friendly projects & activities you can create by Laura Martin Kids Care! 75 ways to make a difference for people, animals & the environment by Rebecca Olien Ecocrafts: jazzy jewelry Ecocrafts: creative costumes Ecocrafts: gorgeous gifts Ecocrafts: dream bedroom Why Should I Recycle? By Mike Gordon Fun With Recycling: 50 great things for kids to make from junk by Marion Elliot

DVDs: The 11th Hour: turn mankind’s darkest hour into its finest Planet Earth: as you’ve never seen it before

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