Read and Go Green

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, we have launched the Read and Go Green campaign to give you the tools to go green and live a more eco-friendly lifestyle. 

We have pulled some of the best projects, recipes, and tips from our books to give you a head start in the 2020 green initiative. 

  • Recipes and tips to compost while you cook
  • Easy solar panel projects
  • Cultivate an organic garden
  • Learn how librarians, booksellers, and restaurants are going green
  • Substitute harsh chemicals for natural solutions

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