Well Earth Well Me! has been created to empower small people to take little steps to make big changes.
What are some of the choices you can make to help create a well earth and a well you? There are many options, ideas, and solutions!
Well Earth Well Me! includes 15 tips for kids to maintain a healthy self and a healthy earth. But don’t just stop there, the best solutions are created from within your heart!
What people are saying about Well Earth Well Me!
“I hope children across the globe read this book and realize they are empowered to make a difference, and I hope the adults in their lives support them on taking action – even little steps like the book suggests.”
~Dr. Anteneh Roba, Physician, President of the International Fund for Africa
“I am the founder of my Green Club at school, and I think this book shows that even kids can help save the earth. I think this book is fun and will inspire other kids to do things to help the earth.” ~Kaya D., Age 10, Washington
“Well Earth Well Me! offers parents and teachers a great tool to teach children about caring for the planet in a way that is joyful and never anxiety-provoking. It offers simple, doable activities that are good for the world and fun to do.”
~Lizzy Rockwell, Author and Illustrator of The Busy Body Book: A Kid’s Guide to Fitness and Good Enough to Eat: A Kid’s Guide to Food and Nutrition
“As a veteran teacher of 38 years I find Well Earth Well Me! a delightful and appealing book for young readers. The illustrations and text will pull them into the story as it creates environmental awareness in their young worlds. This is a ‘must have’ for pre-school and elementary school children.” ~Joan B. Coy, M.Ed. in Elementary Education
"Well Earth, Well Me is a mantra for all times — especially now. With beautiful visuals and captivating language the book instills awareness of how the well-being of our planet and our own well-being is interconnected and gives suggestions that empower even the youngest children to make a positive difference. A wonderful teaching tool to use with kids and an important reminder for us all." Joann Leonard, Author of Stardust Child and The Soup has Many Eyes
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