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Books about Going Green

This list contains books for both children and adults on going green.

Going Green Books for Adults:

101 Ways to Turn Your Business Green by Rich
      Mintzer

Complete Idiots Guide to Green Building and   
      Remodeling by John Barrows

Recyclers Handbook by Earthworks

Going Green Books for Kids:

Fiction:

Dumpster Diver by Janet Wong

Just Grace Goes Green by Charise Mericle Harper

Miss Fox’s Class Goes Green by Eileen Spinelli

A Planet Called Home by Lisa French

Stuff! Reduce, Reuse, Recycle by Steven Kroll

The Trouble with Dragons by Debi Gliori

What Does it Mean to be Green? by Lisa French

Who Turned Up the Heat? by Lisa French

Non-Fiction:

Energy Revolution Series:
        Building a Green Community Ellen Rodge
        Geothermal Energy by Carrie Gleason
        How to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint by
                 Amanda Bishop
        Ocean, Tidal, and Wave Energy: Power from
                   the Sea by Lynn Peppas
        Biomass: Fueling Change by Niki Walker
        Generating Wind Power by Niki Walker
        Harnessing Power from the Sun by Niki Walker
        Hydrogen: Running on Water by Niki Walker

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