Describes how baby orangutans whose mothers have died are nurtured by human babysitters at Camp Leakey in the rain forests of Borneo, until they are ready to live in the wild.
Describes efforts to protect sea turtles, particularly Kemp's ridley turtles, and help them reproduce and replenish their once-dwindling numbers.
Explores our natural connection to the earth and its four elements, air, water, soil, and fire, underlining the importance of biodiversity and respect for the environment.
Explains things that children can do to recycle at home, at school, or anywhere.
A drive to recycle cans on Earth Day teaches the children of the Maple Street School Save-the-Planet Club about place value.
Provides instructions for using recycled materials to create fifty different crafts and offers tips for an earth-friendly lifestyle.
Explains how human activities are destroying the balance of nature and suggests ways to prevent further damage.
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