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Rubbish and Recycling (Usborne Beginners) (Beginners Series) Hardcover – 26 Jan 2007
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'Rubbish and Recycling by Stephanie Turnbull describes and illustrates what happens to the rubbish that we throw away. The book is informative and uses a mixture of text, photographs and illustrations; some of which provide a humorous but nonetheless factual element to the text. The book provides a lot of information that could be used in discussions, and as a resource for specific topic-based activity' - Nursery Education Plus; 'No Key Stage 1 classroom should be without the whole set' - The Bookseller; 'Good quality non-fiction for this age group is a real boon and the Usborne Beginners is an excellent series. With its easy reading text, it is ideal for those learning to read who enjoy non-fiction books' - Parents in Touch; 'I can't praise Usborne enough for introducing [internet links] to many of their non-fiction books as it really helps children retain information' - Adventures in Home Schooling; 'The Usborne Beginners series is a beautiful fit for newly independent readers' - Rhino Reads
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This is a great basic factual resource to start from, but there are lots of other great books out there to fill in more detail. We particularly liked the Adventures of a Plastic Bottle The Adventures of a Plastic Bottle: A Story about Recycling (Little Green Books), and The Adventures of an Aluminum Can The Adventures of an Aluminum Can: A Story about Recycling (Little Green Books), and for less information but more entertainment there are the Michael Recycle books.
Highly recommended for KS1 children, and not too babyish for older children also. I'm certainly learning from this school topic!
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