A Teen Guide to Eco-Fashion by Liz Gogerly
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Eco-Guides are trendy, stylish books that give school-age readers realistic and practical advice on how they can live an eco-conscious life, right now. And that action can be taken by themselves, with their family, or as part of a school or community group. In this book, readers learn about sourcing eco-friendly clothes, and how they can apply a range of 'R's, such as recycling, reusing, and reducing consumption, to an imaginative range of fashion projects. The book also looks at ways to clean and dry clothes with least impact on the environment.

About Liz Gogerly

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Liz Gogerly has written over eighty information books for children and young adults, including many books on fashion and art. Her titles include 21st Century Lives: Fashion Designers, and 21st Century Lives: Supermodels, biographies of Pablo Picasso, a 'dressing up' book and books on Graffiti Culture and Cool Brands.
Published January 1, 2013 by Heinemann. 56 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Arts & Photography, Young Adult. Non-fiction

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Gr 7—10—These information-packed guides have a clear message: When it comes to being eco, you don't have to do everything, but there is no excuse for doing nothing. Teens with a variety of interests will find ways to go green-from revamping old clothing to buying locally grown food to organizing ...

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