The perfect introduction to plastic pollution for little ones, Somebody Crunched Colin follows the tribulations of the titular crisp packet.
Colin is no ordinary flower. Colin smells appealing - just like the other flowers around him. The only trouble is, he crackles and crunches and flutters in the wind. He can't seem to find where he belongs, but he smells so delicious that all the animals want to eat him... But Colin is a crisp packet!
A beautifully illustrated picture book with a powerful message about plastic pollution and the benefits of recycling from environmental expert Sarah Roberts. The perfect gift to introduce children to recycling. Brilliant for teachers to read to children in class when introducing them to plastic pollution and recycling.
This book is made of material from well-managed FSC-certified forests and other controlled sources.
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 190 g
Dimensions: 186 x 281 x 3 mm
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“A beautifully illustrated, informative book!”
A must have book to teach children about the importance of recycling, the story is fun to read and successfully delivers an important message! The illustrations are so detailed and stunning and really bring the story... More
“Colin doesn't belong on the floor”
A beautifully illustrated book. A must have for every child.
Colin isn't where he is meant to be. He admires the flowers but he doesn't belong with them.
Where does he belong?
“Colin the caterpillar?!”
Received this as part of Green BookFairy Campaign: Read this to both my children, it is slightly too difficult for both 1 year old and 3 years old (caught the 3 year old in a mood). I liked it though, it is colourful,... More
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