A day late but here we go…
It’s World Book Day (yesterday!) and we love a good story here in the Waste Education Team so we would like to share some of our favourite books!
1. Tidy by Emily Gravett
A great story about being too tidy! Amazing illustrations and lots of animals to spot. One to read aloud to 3-6 year olds.
2. The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein
Classic American book about altruism. Look beyond the simple illustrations for a great examination of the act of giving. Suitable for all but great for KS2 children (8-11).
3. The Lorax by Dr. Seuss
Another classic book – and so relevant to the world today. Protect our natural resources as we can’t survive without them! Should be read and re-read by everyone.
4. Greta and the Giants by Zoe Tucker and Zoe Persico
A familiar story as Greta stands up to giants to save the world she loves. Love the positive message and hope at the end of this book. Suitable for 3-8 year olds.
5. Ada’s Violin by Susan Hood and Sally Wern Comport
Amazing true story of the recycled orchestra of Paraguay. Suitable for all ages.
Find out more about Rubbish Books in our Book List, plus find more Literacy linked activities in our Curiculum linked section teaching resources on the website.