Protecting the environment is among the basic principles of our Constitution, because the Constitution is like a tree that must grow, expand and change to make everyone feel good. (Dustour Al Shajar, Snus).
From here young children can begin to learn to love the environment in which they live and, above all, protect it. The tool to learn how to do it? Simple book of course! (Thanks tera! , Lapis)
Every tree was a plant, every man was a child. A dialogue between two seeds telling each other about their own transformation. (I’m a tree, you’re a child, lapis)
Have you ever seen Tindirlinis? It’s small, maybe that’s why you didn’t notice it. They are the oldest recyclers in the world, live on Junk Island and have funny, tireless names. (Tenderline beaver)
Jonas, the lighthouse keeper, is rescued by Blu, a gentle whale: but Blu swallowed them, thinking they were jellyfish, and bags and plastic objects of all kinds got lost in the sea. Her stomach needs to be cleaned right away! A real achievement! (I love you, Blue, Papalibri)
24 hours to set off to discover Earth’s wonderful habitats and the animals that inhabit them. It is the journey of two young girls in the hope of building a different future on our beautiful and fragile planet. (It is one world. 24 hours on planet earth )
Did you know that there are dragonflies that can cross oceans in flight? And that there are spiders swimming under water? It is the wonderful world of nature to be discovered. (Insects and Other Arthropods, Fabri Editor)
How does respect for the environment that surrounds us and care for this wonderful underwater world that is the sea explain to children? With sweet words and patience. By example and respect. (Underwater world. Loving the sea, bread and salt)
Mountains, lakes, rivers, prairies, forests and deserts are full of ancient wisdom. Every landscape has a message to teach us, if we know, young and old, listen to us. (Earth is your mate, Rizzoli).
Books for 3 year olds
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I love you, Blue!
Jonas, the lighthouse keeper, is rescued by the gentle whale Blue during a storm. A story of friendship that tells the urgent need to save our oceans.
Books for 4 year olds
Earth is your companion
By Anna Balbosso, Elena Balbosso and Patrick J. Lewis
Mountains, lakes, rivers, prairies, forests and deserts are full of ancient wisdom. Every landscape has a message to teach us, if we know how to listen.
by Tony Yuli
Where does rain come from? What about honey, plants, and wool? Thanks Earth!
I am a tree, I am a child
by Sylvin Jawi
Every tree was a plant, every man was a child.
Books for 5 year olds
It is one world. 24 hours on planet earth
by Nicholas Davies
Publisher: Editoriale Scienza
This story begins and ends at midnight: each of the twelve chimes of the clock corresponds to a stage in the journey of two young girls, who, from their bedroom in London, imagine setting out to discover the wonderful habitats of the land and the animals that inhabit them.
the earth breathes
by Guia Risari
Admire, meditate, marvel and enjoy the spectacle of life.
by Roberto Brual Reeves
Risperus is a fish. But it may also be amphibious. Or maybe it’s a bird, too. He transformed himself, as he explored the land, from the depths of the sea to the highest peaks.
Books for 6 year olds
Two brothers, one forest
by Noritake Yukiko
Publisher: Terre di Mezzo
Two ways to live in nature, to nurture, to be together, and to imagine the future.
Underwater world. I love the sea
Written by Fulvia degli Innocenti
Publisher: Pane e Sale
A book about the environment, explaining to our children how to respect the environment around us and take care of this wonderful underwater world that is the sea.
Insects and other arthropods. 3D Building
By Camila Bedoyer de la
Did you know that there are dragonflies that can cross oceans in flight? And that there are spiders swimming underwater in a diving suit made of cloth and centipedes that eat bats? Curiosity about insects can also be built into 3D models.
Books for 7-year-olds
Evolution Secrets. Books to discover
by Emily Boone
Publisher: Usborne Publishing
Where does life originate? Why do animals look like this? The answers to these and many other questions about evolution.
The Tirlindini and the Plastic Island Volume 1
by Sally Gardner
Publisher: Il Castoro
Have you ever seen Tindirlinis? They are the oldest recycling companies in the world, always committed to turning today’s waste into tomorrow’s treasures.
Books for 8 year olds
By Valeria Sigliola and Elisabetta Morosini
Protection of the environment is included among the basic principles of our Constitutional Charter: Because the Constitution is like a tree that must grow, expand and change to make everyone feel good.
Cantalamaba. A strange atlas of places and strange stories
by Wu Ming
Publisher: Mondadori Electa
The 15 Stories of the Travels of Guido and Adele Cantalamappa.