Wasn't that cute? I'll bet it also got you thinking, didn't it? Perhaps it's something you'd like to share with your kids to start a discussion about waste, trash, and recycling?
Our children's room has some "trashy" books for your kids to explore if they're interested in pursuing the topic!
Barraclough, Sue. Recycling Materials. [J 363.72 BAR]
Showers, Paul. Where Does the Garbage Go? [JP SHO]
Stadler, Alexander. Trash Crisis on Earth! [J STA]
Wallace, Nancy Elizabeth. Recycle Every Day! [JP WAL]
Zimmerman, Andrea. Trashy Town. [JP ZIM]
And some "trashy" reading for you, too:
Baird, Lori. Don't Throw It Out: [Recycle, Renew, and Reuse To Make Things Last]. [628.4458 BAI]
Brummet, Dave. Trash Talk: An Inspirational Guide to Saving Time and Money Through Better Waste and Resource Management. [363.7285 BRU]
Grossman, Elizabeth. High Tech Trash: Digital Devices, Hidden Toxics, and Human Health. [363.7287 GRO]
Lopez, Steve. Sunday Macaroni Club. [F LOP]