Join the no-plastic challenge! : a first book of reducing waste
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Toronto : Kids Can Press, 2019.
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Central - Kids Nonfiction
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J 363.728 RITCH

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Book
Physical Desc
32 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm.
Language
English
ISBN
9781525302404, 152530240X

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"In the seventh book in the Exploring Our Community series, the five friends learn all about how to reduce plastic pollution. It's Nick's birthday, and he wants to celebrate by challenging his friends to a No Plastics Day. While going a whole day without using single-use plastic, the five friends learn about how much plastic surrounds us in our daily lives; the garbage patch gyres in the oceans; plastic in our food chain; what plastic is made of (science page); changes we can make to use less plastic; and alternatives to single-use plastics. The book concludes with fun ideas for a No Plastic Challenge."--,Provided by publisher.

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APA Citation (style guide)

Ritchie, S. (2019). Join the no-plastic challenge!: a first book of reducing waste . Kids Can Press.

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Ritchie, Scot. 2019. Join the No-plastic Challenge!: A First Book of Reducing Waste. Toronto: Kids Can Press.

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Ritchie, Scot. Join the No-plastic Challenge!: A First Book of Reducing Waste Toronto: Kids Can Press, 2019.

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Ritchie, Scot. Join the No-plastic Challenge!: A First Book of Reducing Waste Kids Can Press, 2019.

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