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The Earth Is Good: A Chant in Praise of…

The Earth Is Good: A Chant in Praise of Nature

by Michael Demunn

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How children should know the earth is good. Children have the idea that everything in the nature is good for them. Children surroundings are not always bad.
Source: Pierce College Library
  lashayda | Apr 21, 2013 |
This story talks about a boy in a forest saying everything is good.
Source: Puyallup Library
Ages: 3-4
  jmcbea67 | Apr 20, 2013 |
Wonderfully illustrated book which explains in a few sentences how beautiful and diverse our world is. The book is great to introduce the topic of caring for and protecting our environment. Moreover, children have the possibility to describe the pictures and compare it to their own surroundings. I am sure differences will appear. ( )
  bhellmay | Apr 19, 2013 |
When reading this children book you can really feel to go out into nature immediately. Everything out there, the soil, the wind, rain, mountains, animals, etc. is so wonderful and should be explored by every child. This book definitely motivates children to explore nature although it's not written in a convincing way. But the pictures speak for themselves. ( )
  sabrina89 | Apr 19, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0590350102, Hardcover)

This powerful chant teaches children to appreciate the Earth and all its gifts. And most importantly, it teaches children that they, too, are among the Earth's treasures. The watercolor illustrations are beautifully designed and composed: by subtly interweaving the landscape with images of a child, the illustrator underscores the theme of mankind's oneness with nature. Full color.

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Simple text and illustrations introduce the earth and its treasures, including its trees, flowers, animals, and weather.

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