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ETO Record Number
248
Author
Caduto, Michael J.
Title
Catch the wind, harness the sun
Secondary Title (usually periodical title)
Volume (periodical)
Number (periodical)
Accession Number (For ERIC and similar collections)
2010051169
Call Number
TJ808.2 .C33 2011
333.79/4
Edition
Editor
ISBN
9781603429719 (hardcover : alk. paper)
9781603427944 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Format
Keywords
Renewable energy sources --Juvenile literature.
Energy conservation --Juvenile literature.
Pages
Location Published
North Adams, MA
Publisher
Storey Pub.
Date of Publication
Related URLs (sometimes the Library of Congress record)

Abstract
From the publisher: "This entertaining book gives kids, teachers, and parents 22 exciting activities for using sun and wind power to produce and play with renewable energy. Ages 8 to 13 will enjoy environmental science while fighting global climate change. Projects range from a solar campfire to the Pedal Power bicycle that charges a 12-volt battery for powering electronic devices. Humorous text, lavish color illustrations, photographs, games, and fun-fact sidebars spark curiosity. Features Green Giants—real kids leading the way to save Planet Earth."
Notes
Index. Recommended in NAAEE newsletter.
In ETO Library.