A unique fusion of fiction and non-fiction, follow Ava as she explores the effects of air pollution on climate change. See how her friends change her attitude toward the environment, how she learns to express her thoughts and ideas about the birds and animals endangered by the chemicals and gases in our air and how she gets active to help!
Ava Gets Active, a sequel to Ava Goes Green, follows Ava, Jamal and their friends, as they explore the effects of air pollution on climate change. See how they learn about birds and animals endangered by the chemicals and gases in our air. See how they get active to find solutions and turn climate fears into climate fun!
The stunning illustrations by Stu McLellan create a magical world which will stimulate children’s imagination. The unique short stories will captivate as creatures explain about the danger they face every day. Novel songs create a fun reinforcement of learning through interaction and inclusive creative participation in music/art tasks. QR codes in the book allow access to free music accompaniment WAV files, and teaching guides linked to national curriculum objectives and outcomes. The attitudes and actions of our children towards this planet are crucial if we are to make a difference and maintain our ecosystem. There is no more powerful message in the twenty-first century than climate change. There is no more powerful vehicle for communicating and delivering such a message to children than the performing and creative arts.
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