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Save and mend: a story about why it's important to reuse things

Save and mend: a story about why it's important to reuse things

Chancellor, Deborah, author; Ewen, Diane (Illustrator), artist

In this environmental education story, Molly wants to have a clear out of her toys and finds out why it's not a good idea just to put them in the bin, and what she can do instead. The story is a great resource for helping children understand what happens to waste and how we can reduce, reuse and recycle

Hardback, Book. English. Picture Books for Older Readers. Children's stories. General. Fiction 5+.
Published London: Wayland, 2019
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Available at Headquarters and Prestonpans.

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Details

Statement of responsibility: written by Deborah Chancellor ; illustrated by Diane Ewen
ISBN: 1526308940, 9781526308948
Intended audience: Juvenile.
Note: "Reading level guidance book band: 7 turquoise"--Back cover.
Note: Includes index.
Physical Description: 31 pages : chiefly illustrations (colour) ; 25 cm.
Series: Good to be green
Subject: Repairing Pictorial works Juvenile fiction.; Recycling (Waste, etc.) Pictorial works Juvenile fiction.
Series Title: Good to be green.