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Growing Green Minds with Green Sugar Press: With three titles to engage, entertain and enlighten children with the wonders of nature, Green Sugar Press aims to leave no child inside and inspire a generation to get hooked on nature.
N is for Nature: An Environmental Alphabet Book, From buzzing bees and gorgeous gorillas, to lovely leafs and wiggling worms, N is for Nature excites the eye and inspires the imagination. With simple prose and creative images shaped to form each letter, early readers discover the magic of the alphabet. 32 pages, trade hardcover, ISBN 978-0-9820417-4-1, $15.95, 10.75″ x 8.75″ ages 3-8
Earl the Earthworm Digs for His Life, The story about the coming-of-age of a simple earthworm captures the attention of the youngest reader and won’t let go. From his first wiggle, Earl takes us deep into his world, and together we explore his surroundings and learn about his connections to nature. Packed with colorful illustrations of bees, ants, grasses and trees, the journey of Earl the Earthworm is as engaging as it is inspiring. To top it off, amazing footnote facts make this instant classic extra entertaining. 32 pages, trade hardcover, ISBN 978-0-9820417-5-8, $15.95, 10.25″ x 9.25″, ages 5-9
An Environmental Guide from A to Z, By examining the elements, habitats and cycles in nature, An Environmental Guide introduces basic environmental science. Like the letters of the alphabet connect to build words and stories, the countless pieces and parts of nature weave, connect and link everything together. With a compelling narrative and unforgettable images An Environmental Guide brings an awareness of how the world works and encourages kids to explore and connect with nature nearby. 48 pages, trade hardcover, ISBN 978-0-9820417-6-5, $19.95, 8.75″ x 11.25″, ages 8-13
Media: Author Tim Magner, native Chicagoan and environmental educator who reads, rides his bike and gardens, is available for interviews. Published by Green Sugar Press, Release Date: Earth Day, April 22, 2009 & Avail Now. Special features: downloadable parent and teacher guides and contributions by The Peggy Notebaert Nature Musuem. Available through A.P.G. (distributor) or Baker & Taylor.