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Everyone knows that plastic has become a problem for our planet, but do you know why? And do you know how YOU can help be a part of the solution to the problem? This vividly illustrated book is packed with flaps that explain how plastic is made, what’s bad (and sometimes good) about different types of plastic, and the many ways it can causes harm to our rivers, oceans and wildlife. And there are lots of ideas for cutting down on your own reliance on plastic, too. The book was created with expert input from Plastic Oceans UK, a leading campaign and education group all about the problem of plastic.

Product Details

Catalogue number

321 in UK Primary May 2022, 136 in UK Primary March 2022 and 6497 in Books and Resources for Schools Catalogue 2022

Format

Hardback

ISBN

9781474986144

Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Date published

July 1st, 2021

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  • 16 pages

Condition

New

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