Arthur Turns Green
Little, Brown & Co., 2011 (2011)
Reviewed by Lyn Seippel
rthur's class project is about looking for ways to make our planet a better place to live in. Everyone shares a plan for their contribution except Arthur. His plan will be a surprise.
rthur's little sister D.W. is worried. Arthur's acting weirder than usual and he keeps talking about the mysterious
. Now his hands are turning a creepy green color. When it's time for Family Night at school to display the projects, D.W. pretends to be sick. She doesn't want anything to do with the Green Machine.
ll turns out well in the end and D.W. and readers learn a lot about making the world a better place to live in. This book, printed in China, is printed in soy ink on recycled paper. For children from four to eight.
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