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Clean Planet: Stopping Litter and Pollution (InfoSearch: You Can Save the Planet) by Tristan Boyer Binns
Down the Drain: Conserving Water (InfoSearch: You Can Save the Planet) by Anita Ganeri
Something Old, Something New: Recycling (InfoSearch: You Can Save the Planet) by Anita Ganeri

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  1. National Geographic Investigates: Not a Drop to Drink: Water for a Thirsty World (National Geographic Investigates Science) by Michael Burgan (2008)
  2. Trash Attack: Garbage, and What We Can Do About It by Candace Savage (1990)
  3. Why Should I Bother about the Planet?: Internet Referenced (What's Happening?) by Sue Meredith (2008)
  4. Do You Know Where Your Water Has Been?: The Disgusting Story Behind What You're Drinking (Edge Books: Sanitation Investigation) by Kelly Barnhill (2009)
  5. Everything Kids' Environment Book: Learn how you can help the environment-by getting involved at school, at home, or at play (Everything Kids Series) by Sheri Amsel (2007)
  6. Witness to Disaster: Droughts by Judy Fradin (2008)
  7. A Bright Idea: Conserving Energy (You Can Save the Planet) by Tristan Boyer Binns (2005)
  8. The Life and Work of... Vincent Van Gogh by Sean Connolly (1999)
  9. How Do Plants Grow? (Heinemann First Library: World of Plants) by Louise Spilsbury (2005)
  10. You Can Save The Planet: 50 Ways You Can Make a Difference by Jacquie Wines (2007)
  11. Water Supplies (Action for the Environment) by Jude Welton (2006)
  12. 50 Ways to Save the Earth by Anne Jankeliowitch (2008)
  13. Running Out of Water: The Looming Crisis and Solutions to Conserve Our Most Precious Resource by Peter Rogers (2010)
  14. People and the Environment (First Step Nonfiction) by Jennifer Boothroyd (2007)
  15. National Geographic Countries of the World: Peru by Anita Croy (2007)

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