Every Day Is Earth Day! (But Especially April 22nd): Books on Saving the Environment

April 22nd is Earth Day! And to celebrate Earth Day and the beautiful and fragile planet that we call home, we have compiled a list of books for kids of all ages with stories of people helping the environment. It’s easy to get bogged down in the destruction and problems of our environment and feel hopeless that we can ever fix it, but it’s important to remind kids not only of the problems that we humans have caused, but also that there’s a lot we can do to make it better. Here are stories of people from all over the world and of all ages working to save our planet. For more books on environmental and conservation issues try searching the keywords “Environmental protection”, “Green movement”, “Conservation of natural resources”, or “Wildlife conservation” with “Juvenile fiction” for fiction books or “Juvenile literature” for non-fiction books.
Picture Books

Berger, Carin.
OK Go. 2009.
In this almost wordless picture book, car drivers stuck in traffic under smoggy skies seek “greener” alternatives to driving, including riding bicycles, walking, and playing.
[SSHEL S-Collection SE. B453o]

Brown, Peter.
The Curious Garden. 2009.
Liam discovers a hidden garden and with careful tending spreads color throughout the gray city.
[SSHEL S-Collection Q. SE. B812cu]

Cooney, Barbara.
Miss Rumphius. 1982.
As a child, Great-aunt Alice Rumphius resolved that when she grew up she would go to faraway places, live by the sea in her old age, and do something to make the world more beautiful–and she does all those things, the last being the most difficult of all.
[SSHEL S-Collection and Center for Children’s Books SE. C7832m]

Muldrow, Diane.
We Planted a Tree. 2010.
Simple text reveals the benefits of planting a single tree, both to those who see it grow and to the world as a whole.
[SSHEL S-Collection SE. M897w]

Reed, Lynn Rowe.
Roscoe and the Pelican Rescue. 2011.
The Gulf Coast oil spill turns Tony’s summer vacation into an animal rescue mission.
[SSHEL S-Collection Q. SE. R251r]
Intermediate and Young Adult Fiction

French, S. Terrell.
Operation Redwood. 2009.
In northern California, Julian Carter-Li and his friends old and new fight to save a grove of redwoods from an investment company that plans to cut them down.
[SSHEL S-Collection S. F8892o]

Greenwald, Lisa.
My Life in Pink & Green. 2009.
When the family’s drugstore is failing, seventh-grader Lucy uses her problem solving talents to come up with solution that might resuscitate the business, along with helping the environment.
[SSHEL S-Collection S. G8555m]

Hiaasen, Carl.
Hoot. 2002.
Roy, who is new to his small Florida community, becomes involved in another boy’s attempt to save a colony of burrowing owls from a proposed construction site.
[SSHEL S-Collection and Center for Children’s Books S. H52h]

Lewis, Gill.
One White Dolphin. 2012.
When a baby albino dolphin caught in old fishing netting washes ashore, Paralympics sailing hopeful Felix and English school girl Kara work with veterinarians and specialists to save and reunite the dolphin with her mother, setting off a chain of events that might just save the reef from the environmental effects of proposed dredging.
[SSHEL S-Collection S. L58641o]

Taylor, Theodore.
The Weirdo. 1991.
Seventeen-year-old Chip Clewt fights to save the black bears in the Powhaten National Wildlife Refuge.
[SSHEL S-Collection and Center for Children’s Books S. T2181we]

Burch, Joann J.
Chico Mendes: Defender of the Rain Forest. 1994.
Discusses the life and work of the Brazilian rubber tapper whose efforts to secure fair treatment for other tappers and to preserve the Amazon rain forests resulted in his murder in 1988.
[SSHEL S-Collection SB. M5382B]

Hines, Gary.
Midnight Forests: A Story of Gifford Pinchot and Our National Forests. 2005.
Gifford Pinchot is regarded as the father of the conservation movement. Pinchot and President Teddy Roosevelt set aside large areas and designated them public lands; these are today’s National Forests.
[SSHEL S-Collection Q. SB. P647m]

Lawlor, Laurie.
Rachel Carson and Her Book that Changed the World. 2012.
Retells the story of Rachel Carson, a pioneering environmentalist who wrote and published “Silent Spring,” the revolutionary book pointing out the dangerous effects of chemicals on the living world.
[SSHEL S-Collection Q. SB. C3213l]

Locker, Thomas.
John Muir: America’s Naturalist. 2003.
Presents an overview of the life of the naturalist who founded the Sierra Club and was influential in establishing the national park system.
[SSHEL S-Collection Q. SB. M953l]

Napoli, Donna Jo.
Mama Miti. 2010.
This book tells the true story of Wangari Muta Maathai, known as “Mama Miti,” who in 1977 founded the Green Belt Movement, an African grassroots organization that has empowered many people to mobilize and combat deforestation, soil erosion, and environmental degradation. Today more than 30 million trees have been planted throughout Mama Miti’s native Kenya, and in 2004 she became the first African woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize. Wangari Muta Maathai has changed Kenya tree by tree-and with each page turned, children will realize their own ability to positively impact the future.
[SSHEL S-Collection and Center for Children’s Books Q. SB. M112n]

Winter, Jeanette.
The Watcher: Jane Goodall’s Life with the Chimps. 2011.
This book traces the life and career of Jane Goodall as a watcher of English fauna to her adult work as scholar of animal behavior in Africa.
[SSHEL S-Collection and Center for Children’s Books S. 590.92 W7344w]

George, Jean Craighead.
The Eagles Are Back. 2013.
Presents a tribute to the efforts of dedicated volunteers who helped save the American bald eagle from extinction, including the story of a young boy who helped hatch an eaglet.
[SSHEL S-Collection Q. S. 598.942 G293e]

Petronis, Lexi.
47 Things You Can Do for the Environment. 2012.
Sure, we all know the planet is in trouble. We hear talk all the time about air pollution from cars, oil spills into oceans, trash overflowing into waterways, and toxic chemicals leaking into our water. Sigh. But the good news is there’s a lot we can do to start cleaning up the Earth. This book explores tons of small (and big) things that teens can do to make a positive difference in the environment.
[SSHEL S-Collection S. 363.7 P4489f]

Rohmer, Harriet.
Heroes of the Environment. 2009.
This inspiring book presents the true stories of 12 people, most of them teenagers or younger adults, from across North America who have done great things for the environment. Heroes include a teenage girl who figured out how to remove an industrial pollutant from the Ohio River, a Mexican superstar wrestler who works to protect turtles and whales, and a teenage boy from Rhode Island who helped his community and his state develop effective e-waste recycling programs.
[SSHEL S-Collection S. 333.72092 R6365h]

Rosenstock, Barb.
The Camping Trip that Changed America: Theodore Roosevelt, John Muir, and Our National Parks. 2012.
Offers insight into the camping trip that President Theodore Roosevelt and naturalist John Muir took to the redwoods of Yosemite in 1903, during which the two men had experiences and conversations that eventually contributed to the establishment of national parks in the United States.
[SSHEL S-Collection and Center for Children’s Books Q. S. 979.447 R272c]

Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle

America Recycles Day is November 15th. The America Recycles Day website states that “On November 15 each year, millions of people become better informed about the importance of daily recycling and buying recycled products. The purpose of America Recycles Day is to continue to promote the social, environmental and economic benefits of recycling and encourage more people to join the movement toward creating a better natural environment.” The America Recycles Day site lists ideas for how your school or business can get involved. It also features a fun “conversionator” application that shows the effects of recycling different products and calculates the effects of your own recycling. Another online resource is Illinois Recycles, which provides, among other information, video tours of Illinois recycling facilities.

Below is a list of resources in the S-Collection and other UIUC libraries to help explain the process of and encourage increasing awareness of recycling. The ESSL Children’s Literature Blog has previously posted resources on The Environment and Global Warming that you may also find helpful.

Curriculum Resources for Teachers

Clymire, Olga N.
A Child’s Place in the Environment. 1996-1998.
This 6 volume set has a volume for each grade 1-6. Contents include lesson plans and additional information such as methods for teaching environmental values. All of the grade levels have varying content, beginning with the grade 1 volume on respecting living things and culminating with the grade 6 volume on achieving a sustainable community. Grade 5, lesson 18 teaches how waste prevention and recycling help to conserve and protect natural resources; many of the other lessons are not specific to recycling but could be used in accordance with a recycling unit.
[Education Curriculum CURR. 333.7 CAED1996-1998]

Johnson, Becky.
Wicked Cool Sustainable Solutions for the Earth. 2006.
This activity and coloring book focuses on sustainable solutions for how people, animals, and plants can better share Earth. Activities include word searches, mazes, connect the dots, etc. Activities include community gardens, windmills, and how worms compost.
[Education Curriculum TEXT. 577.27 SYRCW2006]

Let’s Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle [CD-ROM]. 2000.
A collection of games, activities, publications, resources, and a screen saver for students and teachers on how to reduce, reuse, recycle, and properly manage waste (includes bibliographical references).
[Government Documents Computer Disks CDROMDOC. EP1.104:R31/2]

Make a Difference in Your School: A How-to Guide for Engaging Students in Resource Conservation and Waste Reduction. 2006.
This guide created by the Environmental Protection Agency discusses how teachers can start a “Make a Difference Day” at their school. Activities help students understand the importance of recycling and other activities associated with being friendlier to the earth.
[Electronic access through pdf, click here for UIUC catalog record]

Municipal Solid Waste … and the 4Rs [electronic resource]: an Illinois Elementary School Teacher’s Guide. 2003.
This manual has been designed for use at the elementary school level in classrooms where instruction dealing with municipal solid waste (MSW) and the 4Rs – reduce, reuse, recycle, rebuy – is felt important. The methodology focuses on issue investigation and the skills associated with it. The intent of this methodology is to develop in students the skills involved in issue investigation, evaluation, and resolution.
[Government Documents Online Collection, click here for UIUC catalog record]

Municipal Solid Waste … and the 4Rs [electronic resource]: an Illinois Middle School Teacher’s Guide. 2003.
This manual has been designed for use at the middle school level in classrooms where instruction dealing with municipal solid waste (MSW) and the 4Rs – reduce, reuse, recycle, rebuy – is felt important. The methodology focuses on issue investigation and the skills associated with it. The intent of this methodology is to develop in students the skills involved in issue investigation, evaluation, and resolution.
[Government Documents Online Collection, click here for UIUC catalog record]

Pack a Waste-Free Lunch [electronic resource]. 2006.
An Environmental Protection Agency brochure on how to pack a waste-free lunch through reusing and recycling.
[Electronic access through pdf, click here for UIUC catalog record]

The Quest for Less: Activities and Resources for Teaching K-8. 2005.
Provides hands-on lessons and activities, enrichment ideas, journal writing assignments, and other educational tools related to preventing and reducing trash.
[Electronic access through pdf, click here for UIUC catalog record

Smith, P. Sean.
Project Earth Science. Meteorology. 2001.
Activity 10 looks at recycled water and the hydrologic cycle. Related activities include those on acid rain, global warming, and the ozone.
[Education Curriculum CURR. 551.5 NSTA2001]

Swingle, Pam.
4Rs: Recycling Lessons & Projects with an Index to the Illinois Learning Standards: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Rebuy. 2003.
This publication is dedicated to increasing environmental awareness among Illinois students and achieving long-term behavior changes to ensure the wise use of our natural resources. The lesson plans and activities are designed for grades K-8.
[Main Stacks 363.70525 Sw64x]

Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling

Barnham, Kay.
Recycle. 2008.
Chapters include: What is recycling?, Why recycle?, Dealing with garbage, Cleaner world, Recycling paper, Recycling glass, Recycling cans, Recycling plastic, Recycling textiles, Reduce, reuse, recycle!, Recycling at home, and Recycling at school.
[Education S Collection S.363.7282 B266r]

Burns, Loree Griffin.
Tracking Trash: Flotsam, Jetsam, and the Science of Ocean Motion. 2007.
Describes the work of a man who tracks trash as it travels great distances by way of ocean currents.
[Education S Collection Q. S.551.462 B937t]

Daniel, Jamie.
Coping With — Wood Trash. 1994.
This book is part of the trash busters series which includes also coping with glass, metal, paper, and plastic trash.
[Education Storage S.363.7282 D224C]

Fix, Alexandra.
Energy. 2008.
Addresses what energy waste is, nonrenewable and renewable energy sources, what happens when we waste energy, and how we can use less energy and save energy through recycling.
[Education S Collection S.333.7916 F588e]

Fix, Alexandra. 2008.
Glass. 2008.
This book examines reducing, reusing, and recycling glass.
[Education S Collection S.666.14 F588g]

Galko, Francine.
Earth Friends at the Grocery Store. 2004.
Discusses the importance of reducing waste, recycling, and reusing products in the context of grocery shopping.
[Education S Collection S.363.72 G134e]

Galko, Francine.
Earth Friends at Home. 2004.
Discusses the importance of reducing waste, recycling, and reusing products in the context of life at home.
[Education S Collection S.363.72 G134eh]

Galko, Francine.
Earth Friends at Play. 2004.
Discusses the importance of reducing waste, recycling, and reusing products in the context of playing at home and outdoors.
[Education Storage S.363.72 G134ep]

Galko, Francine.
Earth Friends at School. 2004.
Discusses the importance of reducing waste, recycling, and reusing products in the context of school.
[Education S Collection S.333.72 G134es]

Green, Jen.
Waste and Recycling. 2004.
Describes multiple kinds of waste–including farm, industrial, and dangerous waste–while encouraging children to discuss the issues of waste and recycling.
[Education S Collection S.363.72 G823w]

Guillain, Charlotte.
Reusing and Recycling. 2008.
Part of the “Help the Environment” series, this book includes bibliographical references and index.
[Education S Collection S.363.7282 G945r]

Hewitt, Sally.
Amazing Materials. 2008.
Includes a chapter on recycled materials.
[Education S Collection S.530 H497a]

Llewellyn, Claire.
Let’s Recycle. 2003.
Examines the waste process, including where our trash goes, and then looks at better ways to get rid of garbage. This book looks also at developing better shopping habits to avoid having so much material to recycle in the first place.
[Education S Collection S.363.7282 L7706l]

Murphy, Stuart J.
Earth Day–Hooray! 2004.
A drive to recycle cans on Earth Day teaches the children of the Maple Street School Save-the-Planet Club about mathematical place value.
[Education S Collection Q. S.513 M957e]

Ring, Elizabeth.
What Rot! Nature’s Mighty Recycler. 1996.
Text and photos show how rot and all the tiny organisms that cause it maintain the cycle of life.
[Education Storage S.571.9 R472W]

Taylor, Barbara.
How to Save the Planet. 2001.
Discusses such environmental concerns as depletion of the ozone layer, global warming, air and water pollution, recycling, wildlife conservation, and more.
[Education S Collection S.363.7 T212h]

Walker, Kate.
Paper. 2005.
A brief explanation on the importance of recycling paper.
[Education Storage Q. S.676.042 W152p]

Walker, Kate.
Steel. 2005.
A brief explanation on the importance of recycling steel; includes what governments, communities, individuals, and you can do to help.
[Education Storage Q. S.669.142 W152s]

Woods, Samuel G.
Recycled Paper. 2000.
Demonstrates how waste paper is recycled into useful household products at the Marcal paper mill.
[Education S Collection S.676.142 W867r]

Projects to Reuse Items

Alter, Anna.
What Can You do with an Old Red Shoe? 2009.
A green activity book about re-using materials such as flip-flops, t-shirts, shower curtains, baskets, crayons, wrapping paper, toys, and more. Also includes additional information on what you can do to support reuse and recycling.
[Education S Collection S.745.5 Al792w]

Chapman, Gillian.
Art from Rocks and Shells. 1995.
Ideas for art projects using items such as pebbles, feathers, flotsam, and jetsam.
[Education Storage S.745.584 C366A]

Handelsman, Judith F.
Gardens from Garbage: How to Grow Indoor Plants from Recycled Kitchen Scraps. 1993.
Provides instructions for growing houseplants from pieces of potatoes, corn, watermelons, and other kitchen scraps.
[Education Storage S.635.048 H191G]

Llimos, Anna.
Creating by Recycling. 2000.
This book provides instructions for a variety of craft projects using such recycled items as foam trays, empty soda cans, cardboard tubes, plastic bottles, and pieces of cloth.
[Education S Collection S.745.5 L77c:E]

Pfiffner, George.
Earth-Friendly Holidays. 1996.
This book gives ideas for how to make fabulous gifts and decorations from reusable objects.
[Education Storage Q. S.745.5941 P48E]

Pfiffner, George.
Earth-Friendly Outdoor Fun: How to Make Fabulous Games, Gardens, and Other Projects From Reusable Objects. 1996.
This book includes step-by-step instructions on how to convert materials such as scrap cardboard and plastic bottles into items for outdoor fun and use.
[Education S Collection Q. S.745.5 P48ea]

Reilly, Kathleen M.
Planet Earth: 25 Environmental Projects You Can Build Yourself. 2008.
“…provides an engaging guide to the natural world and encourages children ages 9 and up to get their hands dirty and actively connect with the environment…” –Cover back.
[Education Curriculum CURR. 333.7071 NOMAD2008]

Food Composting

Fix, Alexandra.
Food. 2008.
Addresses issues such as what food waste is, what happens when we waste food, how we can reduce and recycle food waste, and how to make a compost pile.
[Education S Collection S.338.1 F588f]

Glaser, Linda.
Compost! Growing Gardens from Your Garbage. 1996.
A girl and her family explain how they turn garden waste and garbage into soil using a composting bin. This book also includes a more detailed explanation for adults at the end.
[Education Storage S.635.048975 G462C]

Ward, Brian R.
Microscopic Life in the Garden. 2005.
Describes the various kinds of microbes found in a healthy garden, whether helpful or harmful. Includes information on rot, decay, composting and recycling.
[Education S Collection S.577.5 W211m]

Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling

Barkan, Joanne.
Recycler. 1996.
This book illustrates a typical day for the driver of a recycling truck.
[Education Storage SE.B244R]

Bethel, Ellie.
Michael Recycle. 2008.
The adventures of a young superhero who has powers that allow him to teach people about recycling.
[Education S Collection Q. S.813.6 B465m]

Douglis, Carole.
Theo and the Giant Plastic Ball. 2004.
Theo collects all of the plastic trash around his community, raising awareness about the need to recycle plastic and use cloth bags instead of plastic bags.
[Education S Collection Q. SE. D747th]

Douglis, Carole.
Tina and the Green City. 2005.
Tina lives in a trashed neighborhood until her grandmother encourages her to take action and make the neighborhood into the beautiful place Tina wishes it was. As others join in, Tina cleans up her community and everybody learns that recycling saves money and natural resources.
[Education S Collection Q. SE. D747ti]

High, Linda Oatman.
Barn Savers. 1999.
A young boy helps his father recycle a 19th-century barn.
[Education Storage Q. S. H536b]

Kroll, Steven.
Stuff! Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. 2009.
Pinch is a pack rat who does not want to give up the possessions that are cluttering his house, but when he finally is persuaded to sell them at a neighborhood tag sale, he discovers the beauty of recycling. Includes tips on “reducing, reusing, and recycling.”
[Center for Children’s Books SE. K919s]

Morris, Garvin.
Dump Dog. 2008.
The squeaky clean town of Lumpville, located in the middle of a huge, smelly dump where a monster and a little dog live, learns a lesson on the value of recycling when the dog accidentally causes the monster to destroy the town.
[Education S Collection Q. SE. M8312d]

Testa, Fulvio.
Too Much Garbage. 2001.
Two boys, sent to take out the garbage, explore the city and find trash everywhere.
[Education Storage Q. SE. T287to:E]

Wallace, Nancy Elizabeth.
Recycle Every Day! 2003.
When Minna has a school assignment to make a poster about recycling, her entire rabbit family spends the week practicing various kinds of recycling and suggesting ideas for her poster.
[Education Storage S.W1556r]

Yee, Wong Herbert.
A Brand New Day with Mouse and Mole. 2008.
As best friends Mole and Mouse try to solve the problem of Mole’s moth-eaten clothes, they also find new uses for old things (mostly clothing).
[Education S Collection SE. Y352b]

The Environment and Global Warming

The state of the earth’s environment is of increasing concern. Daily news reports describe the effects of global warming. Fortunately, a wide variety of environmental literature is available for curious kids. From informative books about climate change to fun magazines about wildlife, the following list will keep kids entertained during the hot summer months.


Barr, Gary
Climate change: Is the World in Danger? 2007.
Explores the scientific facts about climate change and the debates over the cause.
[Education S Collection: S.551.6 B271c]

Burns, Loree Griffin
Tracking Trash: Flotsam, Jetsam, and the Science of Ocean Motion. 2007.
Describes the work of a man who tracks trash as it travels great distances by way of ocean currents.
[Education S Collection: Q.S.551.462 B937t]

Cone, Molly
Come Back, Salmon. 1992.
Describes the efforts of the Jackson Elementary School in Everett, Washington, to clean up a nearby stream, stock it with salmon, and preserve it as an unpolluted place where the salmon could return to spawn.
[Education Storage: S. 639.3755 C756C]

Gore, Albert
An Inconvenient Truth: the Crisis of Global Warming. 2007.
In this juvenile companion to the acclaimed documentary, Gore documents the steeply rising carbon dioxide levels in our atmosphere, and links that to accelerating changes in temperature and precipitation patterns worldwide. Using easy-to-grasp graphics and revealing before-and-after photos, he shows how glaciers and ice shelves are disappearing all over the globe with alarming speed, pointing to profound climate changes and increased danger from rising sea levels in the near future.
[Education S Collection: S.363.73874 G66a]

Maze, Stephanie
I Want To Be an Environmentalist. 2000.
Describes career opportunities within the field of environmentalism and suggests ways to pursue such a career.
[Education S Collection: S.363.70023 M456i]

Pringle, Laurence P.
The Environmental Movement: From Its Roots to the Challenges of a New Century. 2000.
Chronicles the history, key players, and future challenges of the environmental movement.
[Education S Collection: S.363.7052509 P936e]

Rockwell, Anne
Why Are the Ice Caps Melting?: the Dangers of Global Warming. 2006.
Tells about the greenhouse effect, recycling, and what you can do to help fight global warming.
[Center for Children’s Books: Q.S. 363.738 R593w]

Taylor, Barbara
How to Save the Planet. 2001.
Discusses such environmental concerns as depletion of the ozone layer, global warming, air and water pollution, recycling, wildlife conservation, and more.
[Education S-Collection: S.363.7 T212h]


Cherry, Lynne
The Great Kapok Tree: a Tale of the Amazon Rainforest. 1990.
The many different animals that live in a great kapok tree in the Brazilian rainforest try to convince a man with an ax of the importance of not cutting down their home.
[Education S-Collection: Q.SE. C424G]

Child, Lauren
What Planet are You From Clarice Bean? 2002.
When Clarice has to do a school project on the environment, she and her family become eco-warriors in an attempt to save a tree on their street.
[Education S-Collection: S.C437w]

Cooper, Susan
Green Boy. 2002.
Twelve-year-old Trey and his seven-year-old brother Lou, who does not speak, cross the barrier between two worlds, that of their island in the Bahamas, and a land called Pangaia, and play a mysterious role in restoring the natural environment in both places.
[Education Storage: S.C787gre]

George, Jean Craighead
Case of the Missing Cutthroats: an Ecological Mystery. 1996.
After Spinner Shafter catches a cutthroat trout in the Snake River, she and her cousin Alligator search the nearby mountains to determine where the endangered fish came from and how it survived.
[Education Storage: S. G292CA]

Hiaasen, Carl
Flush. 2005.
With their father jailed for sinking a river boat, Noah Underwood and his younger sister, Abbey, must gather evidence that the owner of this floating casino is emptying his bilge tanks into the protected waters around their Florida Keys home.
[Center for Children’s Books: S. H52f]

Van Allsburg, Chris
Just a Dream. 1990.
When he has a dream about a future Earth devastated by pollution, Walter begins to understand the importance of taking care of the environment.
[Education S-Collection: Q.S. V263J]


Published by the Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa, this magazine for children promotes environmental awareness. Each issue is organized around a theme and includes brightly illustrated articles, activities, puzzles and more.
[Education S-Collection non-circulating: Q.S. 333.7205 ENVI]

Ranger Rick
Published by the National Wildlife Foundation for children ages 7 and up, this magazine features colorful photos, funny drawings, and exciting stories about wildlife and nature.
[Education S-Collection non-circulating: S.505 RAR1]

On the Web

The EPA Climate Change Kids Site Includes easy to understand definitions and background on climate change as well as games.

The Lorax’s Save the Trees Game Based on the classic Dr. Seuss book, this simple game requires players to catch the truffula seeds and replant the forest.

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Kids’ Pages
Includes games, fact sheets, coloring pages, stories, puzzles, and quotations.