Think Green

Posted on July 22, 2010. Filed under: Nonfiction | Tags: , , |

People are growing more and more environmentally conscious, but sometimes they need a little help.

These new books in the library can help you find new and interesting ways to go green.

The Little Green Book: 365 Ways To Love the Planet

by Joe Provey and Owen Lockwood

This book shows a person how to be more green.

It gives you tips on how to save water, energy, etc.

in order to make your home, work, and community more environmentally friendly.

Green Gadgets for Dummies

by Joe Hutsko

Ever wanted to learn what to buy to shrink your carbon footprint?

This book will teach you about gadgets that are more environmentally friendly

and how to dispose of old gadgets responsibly.

Green Intelligence: Creating Environments that protect Human Health

by John Wargo

Worried about the amount of chemical dangers in the environment?

This book explores the man-made chemicals in our world and their potential danger.

-posted by Gretchen Schneider

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