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Kids Fight Plastic: How To Be a #2Minutesuperhero is a children’s non-fiction book by anti-plastic campaigner Martin Dorey and illustrated by Tim Wesson.
At a time when plastic pollution is at its worst and people want to help reduce it, this book is perfect for kids to get to understand why it is bad and how they can help.
The book is split into 16 major missions aimed at helping to save the planet, then within those sections are smaller missions. So chapter one is ‘Get to Know Bad Stuff’ and it helps children identify different plastics. The smaller missions are things such as ‘Find Five Pieces of Good Plastic’ and ‘Five Pieces of Bad Plastic’.
Each mission has a points score and children can add these up at the end to work out what type of superhero they are.
The book is full of information and resources and each of the missions should take only a short while to complete. There is also a section at the back with websites where children can find out more about saving the planet and especially the oceans and sea creatures from plastic waste.
Written by Martin Dorey
Illustrated by Tim Wesson
19.8 x 12.9 cm
Printed on FSC paper