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Reading your greens: Eco-friendly children’s books

Mason Engelander explores how eco-friendly children’s books have evolved with the rise of the green movement.Some of the earliest ‘green books’ for kids did not carry an explicit environmental theme. Often set in fantastical worlds, books such as Dr Seuss’ The Lorax (1971), Bill Peet’s The Wump World (1970) and...

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