Technology today has changed the way we read as adults, but why should grown-ups have all the fun?
This book is environmentally friendly not only in story but in construction as well. With a printed copy, you are getting Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) approved paper that has been printed on with soy ink. If you choose to download the app, you will receive a digital book that has character narration, interactive characters, ‘Read To Me’ options and tons of revolutionary and fun options that will keep your child engaged and having fun.
As a life-long surfer, Janssens has always been fascinated with the ocean. But he “wanted to break away from the traditional story about a fish”. As he reaches out to children through the character of a wave, kids learn about sea life from a new perspective. Stevie the NOT so scary shark, Dorothy the dancing dolphin, Sammy the super starfish and more work together through this book to teach kids several different lessons, the clear one being that the ocean is each child’s friend.
Other great Eco-books for kids
Still looking for some more resources that will help teach your children about this great world we live in? Here are a few more that caught our eye:
“10 Things I Can Do To Help My World” by Melanie Walsh is a great start for younger children to learn the impact of small lifestyle choices. With this book, your child will learn how turning off the water while brushing his or her teeth makes them a rockstar in the green movement.
Ansel And Clair is an interactive app that is designed to take your child from the living room to Africa with a swipe of the finger. Ideal for kids aged 4-9, this app provides stunning visuals of the Sahara Desert, Serengeti Plains and Nile Valley. With engaging games, immersive lessons and engaging material, you child will experience a part of the world from the comfort of your own home.
Recycle City is a website that demonstrates to kids just how cool recycling is. With scavenger hunts and other educational games, your child can discover exactly what happens when he or she recycles something. This site is bound to introduce your child to recycling with a fun and refreshing perspective.