Sunday, April 11, 2010

Little Green Books Review and Giveaway - 5 Winners! - CLOSED

I have recently had the opportunity to review five books from the Little Green Books Series. Little Green Books is a new children’s series, created with the goal of educating children in a fun and understandable way about the benefits of being green. The series covers a variety of topics such as endangered animals, recycling, global warming, and more. All of the books are printed on recycled material with vegetable or soy inks. Many activities, games and other information about being green are available for free on the Little Green Books website. You can print a glossary of words, many activity pages and more to teach children about being green.

Books 1 and 2 – Little Panda and Little Monkey – Recommended for ages 0-3



The books are soft for young babies to hold easily and are machine washable for easy cleaning. They consist mostly of black and white pictures (great for young eyes still distinguishing colors) of the panda and monkey playing around with a cute story in each book. Since my daughter is only 6 months, I loved these ones. My daughter loves to squeeze everything and chew on anything she can get her hands on, so soft book are really nice for reading time.

Book 3 – What do you see?: A Lift the Flap Book About Endangered Animals – Recommended for ages 2-5



The story includes rhymes and clues as to what animal may be endangered with the correct animal lying underneath the lift up flap. Not only does it include several endangered animals, but it ends with the last clue being who can be the one to save the animals. The answer is YOU of course! It has colorful pictures and the lift up flap makes young children eager to find out which animal is hiding from plain sight. Not only will my daughter learn from this one, but I learned a few endangered animals myself. I didn’t realize the Monarch Butterfly was endangered, did you?

Book 4 – My First Garden – Recommended for ages 2-5



The book teaches children about taking care of a garden, what’s grown in a garden and incorporates colors into the lesson as well. The book is extra fun as it’s uniquely shaped like a basket (as in holding the veggies) and makes it easy for little ones to hold on to. If you look from the back, you see the basket and all the colorful veggies that were picked in the book. I loved that the story goes through the very beginning of growing a garden through to the end of picking them all to make Vegetable soup. I love that even though my daughter is still a bit young for the concept of gardening, I can teach her about colors and vegetable names with the help of this book.

Book 5 – I can save the Ocean! – Recommended for ages 4-6



The story is about a fun green Monster, Max, who discovers that there is trash in the Ocean. He learns how the trash gets to the Ocean, how the trash affects the Ocean animals, and what he (and other children) can do to help prevent this trash from getting there. I really like all the tips for helping to prevent Ocean pollution in this book. I also like that on the front and back flap, there are new words and definitions for children to learn about both pollution and the Ocean. Again, this one is a bit mature for my daughter, but I look forward to teaching her one day about ways we can help save our Oceans.

My favorite part about these books, beside my daughter learning about how we can help the environment, is that along with her, I’m also learning new things. In recent months I’ve become more interested in learning about going green and what I can help with to protect my planet. As I’m still learning about all I can do, I find the tips online and in these books valuable to me as well as to my daughter.

My daughter is six months, so she’s really into the soft books the most as she can hold and chew on them. For now, the other books are a bit mature for her, but I look forward to her being able to understand them better. I really think this book series is a wonderful idea! The stories are cute, fun, and I really think children and parents alike can and will learn from them. I’d really recommend checking out the website and getting some of these books for your little one today! Our planet is so important and I believe teaching our children at an early age about ways to help keep it from deteriorating is the smart and responsible thing for us parents to do.

You can purchase these great books on Amazon, Barnes and Nobles and Borders. For other retailers, click here to see where Little Green Books are available.

In honor of Earth Day, April 22nd, Little Green Book has graciously offered five of my readers the same five books I received to review. You read that right, five lucky readers!

Main Entry: The only thing I require to enter this giveaway is to go to the Little Green Books website and tell me one fact you learned either about being green or about one of the other books. Please leave your email address in the comment as well so I can reach you if you win.

Extra Entries: You must have done the main entry before these, or these entries do not count. You only have to do the main entry to win the books, but if you’d like extra entries, you may do any of the following:

1. Write a comment telling me what you are doing to be green for this year’s Earth Day on April 22nd

2. Follow my blog publicly via Google connect (over on the right side bar). You must follow publicly in order for this to count. Current followers just have to write that you already follow me. (2 entries. Leave two separate comments for this one)

3. Follow me on twitter and tweet about this giveaway. Please leave a URL where I can check that you tweeted. This can be done once a day to earn many extra entries. Leave a URL for every tweet please.

4. Blog about this giveaway. Please leave a direct URL to the blog entry so I can check. (2 entries. Leave two separate comments for this one)

For all entries, please leave a separate comment and include your email address so I may contact you if you are one of my five winners.

Giveaway is open to entrants in the U.S. and Canada, and ends on Earth Day, April 22, 2010 at 11:59pm EST. A comment number will be drawn at random from random.org. Winner will be contacted by email and have 48 hours to respond. If I don't hear back, another winner will be selected.



I was provided with this product free of charge by the highlighted company and/or its PR agency in order to test the product first hand and to provide you with my personal opinion on it. The opinions I have provided are mine and mine alone. I am in no way required to write a positive review and my review was not influenced in any way by monetary means. Please investigate before any and all purchases as I am not liable nor responsible for any losses or damages you may incur. Please read my Terms of Use before entering this contest.

157 comments:

  1. i wanna win this im a follower!

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  2. I would love to enter this giveaway!

    My son has both the monkey and panda soft books and LOVES them. I can't wait to stick with the Little Green Books family as he grows and explores new books!

    What I learned from the Little Green Books website: It is awesome that they include a glossary of terms in their books so both kids and parents can learn "green" terminology together!

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  3. I am following you on Google connect! (1)

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  4. I am following you on Google connect! (2)

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  5. I love This is Our World and Don't Throw that Away. I think they are a great way to expose kids who are not already "green" to the easy things we can do to help the world and why.

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  6. I just realized that for Earth Day this year my family will be at Disney to go to EPCOT to see the Flower and Garden show. So we will be appreciating nature and learning more about growing flowers and veggies and organics! If my little one was a little older we would do the Behind the Seeds tour.

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  7. I am following you using Google Connect.

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  8. I am following you using Google Connect. (entry 2)

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  9. I am following you about Twitter and just tweeted about your giveaway http://twitter.com/estein80/status/11991564975

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  10. I didn't know, but love how they put the definitions of some words in the book, so useful!

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  11. I follow publicly via google connect. Entry 1

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  12. I follow publicly via google connect. Entry 2

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  13. I follow you on twitter and here is my tweet.

    http://twitter.com/Disney_Kayla/status/11992922799

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  14. I blogged about your giveaway.
    http://jollygreenmommy.blogspot.com/2010/04/green-giveaways.html
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  15. I blogged about your giveaway.
    http://jollygreenmommy.blogspot.com/2010/04/green-giveaways.html
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  16. I learned that the books have glossaries... which is great for encouraging comprehension
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  17. To be green this year I have actually switched over to using reusable shopping bags at the foodstore
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  18. I follow your blog
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  19. stopping by via UBP. Thanks for following ♥

    How I Became A Fearless Woman by Pamela Jansen

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  20. Anytime you have book reviews or giveaways, feel free to link them up to my weekly meme "Feed Me Books Friday" at theadventureofmotherhood.com.

    We love books and would love a chance to win some. Thanks for stopping by my UBP post! Blessings!

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  21. I really like the book about my first garden. I think it would really teach kids about you can grow your own food and how flowers bloom. I also like how they incorporate other teaching things like colors in it.

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  22. For Earth Day, I'll be carpooling to work and eating my lunch out of reusable products. No waste here!

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  23. I follow on google (public)

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  24. Tweet, tweet
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  25. I love the tip to collect rain water to water your plants.

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  26. I follow.
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  27. I like the tip about using reusable plates and cups for parties. It does take effort but I think we waste too much paper and plastic during get-together s.

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  28. I follow your blog

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  29. I follow your blog

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  30. We switched to environmentally friendly detergents this Earth Day.

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  31. I'm a public follower!

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  32. I'm making a lot of green changes lately - including laundry detergent and basic household cleaners!

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  33. This is a good idea to save trees "Print it twice. Don't throw away paper you've printed off from the computer. Turn it over and put it back in the printer's paper tray. Now you can print on the other side."

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  34. I started reusing reusable bags for grocery shopping and on Earth Day I plan to put in energy efficient bulbs. IF it gets warm enough here I will start a veggie garden but it's still so cold here that might have to wait a few extra weeks.

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  35. 1 new Google Friend Connect follower

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  36. 2 new Google Friend Connect follower

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  37. follow and tweet http://twitter.com/Ziggywag/status/12227134105

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  38. I like how the book is recycled
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  39. I will be picking up trash along the highway.

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  40. I learned this GREEN GLOSSARY of terms:

    BlackoutA power failure; when the electricity goes out.
    CompostA mixture of rotted leaves, plants, or vegetables that can be used in a garden to give nutrition to growing plants.
    ElectricityThe power used to make things like televisions, lights, and computers work.
    GreenA word used to describe someone who is kind to the earth and protects it from harm.
    LitterTo throw garbage away in places it doesn't belong, like on the ground or out of a car window.
    PollutionThings that make the environment dirty, like garbage, chemicals, or gases.
    RecycleTo use trash to make new things.
    ReduceTo use less of something, like paper or electricity.
    ReuseTo use something again

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  41. follow on Twitter cdziuba and tweeted http://twitter.com/cdziuba/status/12243141197

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  42. cdziuba@aol.com
    Write a comment telling me what you are doing to be green for this year’s Earth Day on April 22nd
    I am helping plant a tree or two at my son's school.

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  43. I love the tip about using the other side of the paper when printing! tracietrump@yahoo.com

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  44. I'm feeding the birds and then I will be helping with the volunteer club at our local college to clean the nature trail.

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  45. I like this tip, Unplug it. Unplug appliances, such as a toaster or radio, when you're not using them. They use power even when they're not running.

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  46. 4-16 tweet http://twitter.com/Ziggywag/status/12276291402

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  47. Love the The Adventures of a Plastic Bottle

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  48. Follow blog publicly via Google connect

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  49. Follow blog publicly via Google connect 2

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  50. http://twitter.com/AStarrAMama/status/12282346295

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  51. I learned these books exist! I'm glad to know. I also went to their blog and learned of 2 additional sunscreens I had never heard of that rank highest with the EWG.

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  52. For Earth Day we go to a wonderful expo ~ all things "green". Rick Bayless will be there this year.

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  53. One thing I learned on the site under "Green Tips" was that your appliances, such as your toaster, still "run" even when your not using them! You need to unplug them to save on energy! Wow! I never would have guessed that!

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  54. This year, my family & I are going to focus more on recycling! Also, we're going to start a veggie garden in our backyard! :)

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  55. I'm a follower!
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  56. I'm a follower!
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  57. I just started following "A Mama Stork Knows".....and i love the tip on Little Green Books about collecting rainwater, we just moved, and we are currently doing this at our new home!!!
    TIP:Collect rainwater in specially made rain barrels to water your plants and garden. Contact your local community officials to find out where your family can purchase these barrels
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  58. I learned that something very small can go a big way. Such as turning off your computer monitor when you're not using it.

    Tarah
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  59. I never knew that these type of books exisited I love how they cover a variety of subjects, teaching children about the dangers of global warming, the benefits of recycling, what they can do to help endangered animals...this is simply amazing! i would love these for my baby girl

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  60. follow publicly GFC

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  61. follow publicly GFC

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  62. follow u on twitter

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  63. tweeted:

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  64. On earth day, I plan on taking my re-usable coffee mug to work, mt re-usable water botter and carpooling.

    Happy earthday!

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  65. I learned that the book contain a glossary of terms for those that don't know them.
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  66. http://twitter.com/AStarrAMama/status/12371382706

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  67. dt http://twitter.com/Ziggywag/status/12395648002

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  68. I learned that you can collect rainwater in specially made rain barrels to water your plants and garden. That's a great idea!

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  69. I follow your blog publicly via Friend Connect.

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  70. I follow your blog publicly via Friend Connect.

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  71. Following you on twitter and tweeted the giveaway.

    http://twitter.com/NMGiveaway/status/12397232641

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  72. I love these books! I was reading through the blog and enjoyed the tips they had for Christmas. They talked about some tips that you can do to be more green around the holidays, including making handmade gift tags and gift wrap. Great ideas!

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  73. We have a few plans for Earth Day. We will be in the midst of planning our garden which is a huge treat and a great way to reduce our non-local consumption, but also avoid pesticides and other yucky things that come along with fruit from the supermarket. We will also be reopening the composter. Finally, we will be planting trees this month in memory of the little girl we lost.

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  74. Following your blog via Google Connect. (Christina/ The Wright's)

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  75. Following your blog via Google Connect. (Christina/The Wright's)

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  76. I'm following you and tweeted about the giveaway.

    http://twitter.com/sf_frugalista

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  77. http://twitter.com/AStarrAMama/status/12403144694

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  78. Play outdoor games when the weather is nice instead of playing video games that use electricity

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  79. using reusable water bottle not throw aways

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  80. I think for Earth Day we are just going to spend the day outside. The weather is supposed to be beautiful!
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  81. One thing I learned about being green is planting your own garden.
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  82. GFC follower.
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  83. Love these!!! I'd also like to get my son the "Don't Throw That Away!: A Lift-the-Flap Book about Recycling and Reusing" book.

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  84. I think we're likely to take a walk and as much as possible, I'll talk to my son about the importance of being green, though we do this daily already... never hurts to reinforce!

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  85. http://twitter.com/AStarrAMama/status/12459352095

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  86. We plant a tree each Earth Day.
    Thanks for the chance.
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  87. dt http://twitter.com/Ziggywag/status/12467275911

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  88. I learned that I can collect rain water to use in my garden.

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  89. I already follow 1.

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  90. I already follow 2.

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  91. On Earth Day I'll be collecting cans, bottles, and plastics at my office.

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  92. I leanred from their green tips:

    Hang it out to dry. With a parent's help tie a string to two tree branches to make a clothesline. Hang clothes or bedding out to dry rather than using an electric dryer.

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  93. On earth day I will be taking a hike and looking for trash to recycle to help mother earth

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  94. I learned about instead of turning on the lights to open up all the windows (blinds, drapes etc)

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  95. I follow your blog

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  96. I do quite a few things to be more green.

    So long as it isn`t raining I always hang my laundry up to dry outside (I`ve only had a dryer for less than a year now).

    I also always reuse our bathwater to wash the laundry in. (Not as gross as it sounds since the water is usually pretty clean to begin with and it gets clean water as its final rinse)

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  97. I checked out the parent/teacher section and loved the idea of making "Turn it off" labels for my 1st graders to take home to encourage energy saving. I'm going to get some ready right now! The books are great to use with little kids to get the message to them in an easy to understand way.

    nancymomof4@gmail.com

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  98. I am teaching my own 4 kids to recycle alum, plastic and cardboard. We use tote bags for groceries-not the plastic ones! Each person in our home has their own water bottle in the fridge that we refill with filtered water.

    nancymomof4@gmail.com

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  99. http://twitter.com/AStarrAMama/status/12529268417

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  100. What cute books! I learned from the site that there are many "green" things you can do daily with your child. Going for walks, playing outside, and reading together.
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  101. Such cute books!

    I learned that it's a great idea to fold up a reusable bag and put it in your backpack for use when you are at the library, school, etc. This will keep you from needing a plastic one!

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  102. I follow you publicly with Google Friend Connect

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  103. I follow you on Twitter and I tweeted about your givaway!

    http://twitter.com/LBGsMama/status/12575994755

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  104. I love the My First Garden book!!!!!!!

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  105. I follow you on twitter (pghmommy) and tweeted the giveaway!
    http://twitter.com/PGHmommy/status/12580972747

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  106. http://twitter.com/AStarrAMama/status/12585307341

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  107. 4-21 tweet http://twitter.com/Ziggywag/status/12592499862

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  108. i follow you! Invisible_Fairy_05@yahoo.com

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  109. i follow you on twitter! Invisible_Fairy_05@yahoo.com

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  110. im a follower on facebook! Invisible_Fairy_05@yahoo.com

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  111. In our storybooks we include a glossary of terms so that parents and children can learn them together. The books are printed in soy and vegetable inks.

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  112. You can use water barrels to collect rain and then use it to water your plants.

    Christine
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  113. http://twitter.com/AStarrAMama/status/12642184254

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  114. we are going to plant a tree this year. My daughter would love this!

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  115. I like the idea of starting a neighborhood walking club. I need the fresh air and the exercise and with a group it would be easier to do.

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  116. My favorite tip on their site is Collect it in a barrel. - Collect rainwater in specially made rain barrels to water your plants and garden. Contact your local community officials to find out where your family can purchase these barrels.
    lisalmg25 at gmail dot com

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  117. For Earth Day we are going to our favorite park after school and picking up any trash we see while we have fun playing outdoors together.
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  118. I'm following your blog.
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  119. I'm following you on Twitter user lisalmg and Tweeted this giveaway. http://twitter.com/lisalmg/status/12648934397
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  120. I didn't realize that they could make inks from veggies and soy.

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  121. I follow on GFC

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  122. We decided to sublease one of our cars and only drive the one for the next few months to go more green.

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  123. I blogged at http://sugarplumtreasures.blogspot.com/2010/04/little-green-books-review-and-giveaway.html
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  124. I blogged at http://sugarplumtreasures.blogspot.com/2010/04/little-green-books-review-and-giveaway.html
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  125. 4-22 tweet http://twitter.com/Ziggywag/status/12652734931

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  126. We have switched to cloth diapers.

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  127. i am going green today by drinking out of a reusable water bottle

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  128. I found out there are more books from them. I think my kids would really like the books that are the adventures of a plastic bottle or adventures of an aluminum can.

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  129. To celebrate Earth Day our family is going to our favorite puget sound area beach for a clean up the beach for spring work day.

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  130. I publically follow your blog as degood

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  131. I publicly follow your blog as degood

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  132. I like the book easy to be green
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  133. im going to start my garden this earth day
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  134. follow on google 1
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  135. follow on google 2
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  136. We will go see "Oceans" and then work on the vegetable garden!

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  137. I started planting my garden today

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  138. I learned their site has a green glossary.

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  139. I went to the Little Green Books website and learned the definition of GREEN- "A word used to describe someone who is kind to the earth and protects it from harm."
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  140. I follow your blog!
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  141. For Earth Day my 3 boys and I finished planting our organic vegetable garden!
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  142. Tweeted today!

    http://twitter.com/PGHmommy/status/12678623578

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  143. I learned they have a glossary and green means A word used to describe someone who is kind to the earth and protects it from harm!
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  144. I am a GFC follower #1
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  145. I am a GFC follower #2 (christine)
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  146. Tweeted at http://twitter.com/justicecw/status/12679020567
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  147. again, i follow your blog!!! (2nd entry for following)

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  148. To be green today we had a recycling program at my son's school.
    thanks, justicecw@hotmail.com

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  149. I learned to start sprouts in an egg carton!

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  150. I follow you on Google friend connect!

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  151. I follow you on Google friend connect 2nd entry!

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