GREEN KIDS CLUB: The Green Spring … by sylvia m. medina, saige j. ballock-dixon, joy eagle and GIVEAWAY

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In addition to the reviews and giveaways, we here at THOUGHTS ON THIS ‘n THAT, are adding something extra!

For all the moms, dads, aunts, uncles, grand-parents, teachers, educators who follow our blog, and might be interested in something special for the kids in their lives to read, we’re introducing THE GREEN KIDS CLUB.

What is the Green Kids Club?

The Green Kids Club is designed to teach young children ( 5-9, 6-7, 8-11) the importance of environmental stewardship through picture books. The series was developed to teach children the importance of protecting habitats, to sustain ecosystems, animal and ultimately human life. Difficult environmental issues such as poaching, habitat, encroachment, etc. are part of our stories.

 Victor, Maya and Tiago are the main characters in our Green Kids Club Series.



Our first story, The Green Spring, is targeted at kids 5-9. The children receive the power to talk to animals by drinking water from a magic spring. In this story, the Grand Council of animals select Victor and Maya to drink water from this spring and from then on, help preserve and protect our planet Earth.

Kids from all over the world also end up drinking water from the Green Spring and together they help Victor and Maya teach others to protect the animals and their homes. The  adventures take them all over the world, exploring new cultures and learning about protecting and preserving the environment and the animals that depend on them.


For a chance to win a copy of THE GREEN SPRING, tell us what you do to be “green.”  Just leave a comment and we’ll announce a winner next week.



We encourage you to check out the listed links to see what environmental books and toys are available:             @greenclubskids 

We’ll be giving away another book in the series next Wednesday.

2 thoughts on “GREEN KIDS CLUB: The Green Spring … by sylvia m. medina, saige j. ballock-dixon, joy eagle and GIVEAWAY

  1. Cindy, as a retired teacher, and now as a grandmother I love this idea. I bring my own shopping bags to the supermarket. The town I live in has us sort our recyclables. I also try to use natural ingredients to clean such as vinegar, baking soda.

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