The book arrived and he automatically wanted to "read" it.
I will admit, this is an elementary level book, so "reading" it to Broxton is above his head at this point... We did look through the book at the pictures and talk about what all we saw. There has been times where he has gone and picked the book up and flipped through it on his own, but as far as reading it... we are not quite there yet.
If you have a child that is in elementary school, this would be a great book for yall to work on reading together and trying to help save the environment... one person at a time.. that is really all it takes!!!
I love how this book shows that kids of all ages can really make an impact...
"Little" observances such as a leaky faucet that needs to be brought to an adults attention can waste up to 150 gallons of water a day... This book reminds everyone that until the leak can be fixed, you can use the water that is being leaked to deal with other needs... watering plants or other water needs...
I also enjoyed that the "Kids in Action" are not only from the United States, but they are also from places such as Turkey and Japan. We need everyone to realize that the issues of water conservation are not only things that affect us at home, but it is also a global movement that we all can partake in!
We have enjoyed flipping through the book (and learning facts along the way!)
I just know that when Broxton gets older, this will be a great tool to help with explaining things to him... and this book will also beneficial with school projects too and community involvement!
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