Kids "Go Go Green" to Save the Earth

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Award winning Author, Tanille Edwards, MBA, will release nationally, her latest children's book "Jordan & Justine's Weekend Adventures: Go Go Green" on September 8, 2008, a step-by-step guide on the topic of how children can participate in saving the environment. Go Go Green offers scientific information and applicable tips that make going "Green" easy and fun for children.

Fundamentals make learning science fun

Award winning Author, Tanille Edwards, MBA, will release nationally, her latest children's book "Go Go Green" on September 8, 2008, a step-by-step guide on the topic of how children can participate in saving the environment. Go Go Green offers scientific information and applicable tips that make going "Green" easy and fun for children.

Illustrated using dynamic, colorful, cartoon like characters, this book is part of the Jordan & Justine's Weekend Adventures™ series, a collection of children's science books, authored by Tanille Edwards and co-author Latoya Edwards, MD, featuring, weekend activities and imaginary learning excursions, experienced by a cast of multicultural characters. The main characters of the entire series are Jordan, an average, everyday nine year old boy next door and his energetic younger sister, Justine. In Go Go Green, Jordan, and his sister, Justine, welcome young readers by inviting them to take an ecological journey through time and space, as they seek to understand how to help the environment.

Throughout the Go Go Green weekend experience children learn important, environmentally sound life skills and values like energy conservation, sources of harmful pollution and what children (and parents) can do to protect the earth and its atmosphere. In Go Go Green children are the main characters who learn the importance of campaigning for a cleaner earth. Featured in the storyline are the parents and peers of Jordan and Justine who collectively practice useful environmental strategies.

This unique teaching tool may be read by children, ages 7 to 9 years old. Go Go Green introduces green vocabulary, along with scientific facts about the ozone layer, hybrid cars, atmospheric pollution and more. Parents who read this book to children younger than age 7 will appreciate learning useful tips and proven scientific facts about global environmental conditions.

Go Go Green offers more. It is the first children's book of any kind to approach saving the environment by combining children's activities with scientific environmental facts, in a playful format, bilingually. Throughout the book, readers will find ecological ("Green") words and their definitions as new vocabulary presented in both English and Spanish languages.

The exact title of the book is "Jordan & Justine's Weekend Adventures™: Go Go Green" which is published by Fire Flies Entertainment, LLC, a New York based multimedia company. The author is committed to promoting science to children at an early age, using concepts relative to home, school and playground experiences that children readily identify with. "Fundamentals make learning science fun" the author says. In previous editions of the Jordan & Justine's Weekend Adventures™ books, young author Tanille Edwards features organic living for children by presenting concepts that describe the beauty of wildlife, the connection between health and good nutrition, and the wonders of a plant's lifecycle, all in an easy-to read format, with definitions and colorful illustrations. Parents, teachers and youngsters will find Jordan & Justine's Weekend Adventures™: Go Go Green and other books from the Jordan & Justine Collection in major bookstores across the country, including Barnes and Noble and online at Amazon.com.

For more information on this book and others from the collection visit the website: http://jordan.tanille.com. Also view a commercial for the collection of books on YouTube under Jordan & Justine.

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Karen Adams
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