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Meg goes to Maker School to hone her talent for building with boxes, but when Simone, another boxitect, arrives they become so competitive they nearly fail in the annual Maker Match.
At the end of summer, a girl's mother wants to put away her favorite beach hat but the girl asks to keep it out, then decorates it for each holiday and season from autumn through spring.
Maxine loves solving problems. She also loves her goldfish, Milton. When the school pet parade is announced, she's wants to find a way for Milton to march, too. After trying, trying, and trying again, she creates a fun and fabulous solution.
Handed down from a beloved Grandfather, this hat is more than just a hat. It brims with dreams, secrets and adventures. Explore all the possibilities that a treasured hand-me-down can bring and see how love is handed down with it.
When you live in a village at the edge of the No-Go Desert, you need to make your own fun. That's when you and your siblings build a bike using everyday items like an old milk pot (maybe mum is still using it, maybe not) and a used flour sack. .
Tatty Mouse doesn't like to see anything go to waste and thinks of inventive ways of reusing what others throw away. With her super-cool tool kit and craft box, find out how Tatty Mouse becomes a ROCK STAR!
It's Recycling Week at school! Matilda and I have made box cars. Our idea is so super-amazing that our whole class is going to make box cars so we can have a race! But why is Bethany so sad? She might need my help. Matilda and Olivia to the rescue!
Soon, Alma will live in the same place as her best-friend-cousin, Del. Yet Alma isn't sure she fits in with their family. When Del finds a special item at a neighbor's stoop sale, she doesn't see that it could drive the two best friends apart.
Since the days of the Vikings, the Tindims have lived on Rubbish Island, recycling debris salvaged from sunken pirate ships and galleons. Set sail with the Tindims as they show keen young ecologists how to help protect our planet for the future.
Daring 13-year-old tetherboy Chess and his salvage crew must face the dark plans of Lord Kodoc and work to save their beloved Mrs. E.
Pelican Rise Primary pledges to cut out single-use plastics for a month and Sunday and Ockie, Kirra and Lottie go even further and launch a war on waste. They're going to host the best billy cart race that Pelican Rise has ever seen!
The extraordinary true tale of the Recycled Orchestra of Paraguay, an orchestra made up of children playing instruments built from recycled trash.
When you have a problem, where can you go for answers? The library! When Cyrus needs inspiration for a project, he and his friends join Ms. Gillian, the Specialist, on another Adventure in Makerspace.
Eco-friendly adults can help their kids make cool crafts from materials they already have. Egg cartons become flowers, old pool noodles transform into pirate ships and toilet paper rolls become tree trunks.
Making their own toys, games, gifts, and ornaments encourages children to use their creative flair - and if they can use component parts that are adapted or recycled, so much the better for them and the planet.
This gentle, but empowering book is full of creative making activities, information, and ideas that give young eco-warriors (like you!) the know-how to really help the environment.
These thirty crafts combine creative ideas and recyclable materials to make items you'll want to wear, use, or gift. They may even lead to new ideas of your own! Ready, set, let's get crafting.
Learn how to transform easy-to find household items into a sofa, bunk bed, desk chair, fridge, stove, bucket and mop, or even a hot tub for the rooftop garden, and come up with ideas of your own.
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