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By: Noam Berman

Plastic Bags In Trees

Pages: 58 Ratings: 4.0
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“Was it a bird, a kite, a ghost or a flag? Believe it or not, it was a dirty plastic bag! How did it get there? What did this mean? It was the strangest sight he’d ever seen.”

This book was created by Ethan and his Poppy.
There was a plastic bag stuck in the tree just outside Ethan’s Brooklyn living-room window. The bag was well beyond the reach of anyone. Ethan and Poppy would see the bag and comment about how it got there, and how to remove it. As they walked the streets of NYC and beyond, they found many more plastic bags stuck in trees, behind bushes, in fences, etc.
This book is a product of their research and numerous discussions. It is our greatest hope that by publishing this book, others will become more aware and dedicated to cleaning our environment.

Harold Stein is a retired physician and proud grandfather of five grandsons. He has written scientific articles in peer-reviewed medical journals and taught residents and medical students for many years. He has participated in several international medical aid missions and has a serious concern about the health and welfare of the planet that his grandchildren will inherit. This book is a collaborative effort with his six-year-old grandson, Ethan. The author and his wife split their time in Florida and New York City.

Ethan Wong is a six-year-old first grade student in Montclair, New Jersey. He has a keen interest in reading, soccer, and fishing. Along with his brother and cousins, he is concerned about our environment and the effects of pollution on the future of our planet. While living in New York City he and his “Poppy” wrote this book after noticing many plastic bags stuck in trees throughout his Brooklyn neighbourhood. His hope is that this book will encourage others to join him and his family in taking action to improve the environment.

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  • Swongilford

    A delightful simple book for children, enchanting drawings and pictures.

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