Greta and the Giants: inspired by Greta Thunberg's stand to save the world: 1
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Design some signs and posters that you can use to teach people how to stop damaging the environment.
Greta has become a household name and one that is synonymous with climate change, environmental causes and children speaking up for their world.Yes, it's a bit too nicely tied up (in real life it's become a lot harder to get the message to be taken seriously). But, it still gives us, as well as our young ones, hope that someday it might be a little better than it was yesterday. And, hopefully our future with be more brighter because of this book. Hello Yellow - 80 Books to Help Children Nurture Good Mental Health and Support With Anxiety and Wellbeing -
The picture book uses an allegory of giants who have cut almost all the forest where little Greta lives to stand for governments and corporations, key players in our current environmental crisis. This beautifully illustrated story is easy to understand and follow even for very young children, and it carries a very important message: we have a serious problem which can only be solved if we act together. Of course, this book has a happy ending that's not very realistic in our current political and social climate. But it's still important for a book like this to exist because it provides an important springboard for talking to kids about climate change. It also points out that although Greta was the catalyst, she's far from the only person fighting the good fight. Greta and the Giants is a fantastic book based on Greta Thunberg's stand for climate change. The book shows a young girl, Greta, who sees the forest being ruined by the giants and the animals home being lost and so she comes up with a way to stand up for them and to ensure the giants understand how they're effecting the environment.Based on Greta Thunberg's mission to save our environment. In this book, Greta tries to save a forest. The animals speak with her and she takes on the giants who tear down the forest and build cities, etc. This book was pretty cute. It was a fictionalization of Greta Thunberg's life. Greta realizes that the adults or the giants in her life are ruining the environment, and Greta decides to stand up for the trees. I really enjoyed the illustrations in this book although I kind of wanted more from the story itself. I love Greta Thunberg and this piece came in very handy when trying to share her thoughts and actions with children in KS2.