A Preston woman has published a new book on how to teach and encourage young people to recycle from an early age to help play a role in protecting the planet.Advertisement
Earlier this year, Nicole Grealis was working on a final project based on David Attenborough’s documentary ‘A life on our planet’ for an A-level at Cardinal Newman College.
The documentary inspired Nicole to focus on the topic of recycling and write and illustrate a children’s book – Felix The Fox Turns The Town Green.
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The 19-year-old told Blog Preston more about what the book entails.
She said: “The book is about Felix the fox who gets tired of people throwing litter into his home and decides to teach the people of the town all about recycling.
“It’s filled with illustrations too so it works for younger children as well as slightly older ones who will understand the writing more.”
Felix the Fox Turns Green is available to purchase on Amazon
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