Rainforest Safe Children’s Books

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Books that don’t contribute to the loss of endangered rainforests!

Thanks to Rain Forest Action Network for this list of children’s books printed on post-consumer recycled, FSC certified or recycled paper, deeming them “rainforest-safe.”

Printed on FSC certified paper

Printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper

356 book cover

Printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper

New Simple Things Book Cover

Printed on recycled paper with soy ink

Printed using recycled materials and soy ink

Printed on recycled paper

Lorax cover

Printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper

Whole World book cover

Printed on 100% recycled paper

Printed on FSC certified paper

Environmental Guide A to Z

Printed on a mix of post-consumer recycled paper and FSC certified paper

The Earth Book

Printed on recycled paper with soy ink

It's Earth Day

Printed on recycled content

Curious George Plants a Tree

Printed on FSC certified paper with soy ink

The Tree

Printed on recycled paper

Planting the Trees of Kenya

Printed on recycled paper

I Love Animals Giant Activity Book

Printed on recycled paper with soy ink

Winston of Churchhill

Printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper

Earth Up Close

Printed on recycled paper

The Magic School Bus and the Climate Challenge

Printed with 100% recovered fiber 50% of which is post-consumer

Tree for the Okapis

Printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper with soy ink

Spongebob to the Rescue!

Printed on recycled Paper

Nature Discovery in My Backyard

Printed on 100% post-consumer recycled, chlorine-free paper

Go Green With Me

Printed on 100% post-consumer recycled, chlorine-free paper

Woodland Counting Book

Printed on recycled, acid-free paper

One Response

  1. Books in Europe use softwood Canadian and Scandinavian forests in the main. It is the use of the e-reader as a fashion accessory, which worries me. Before 2015 we will be buying readers and throwing them away every two or three years. The pollution caused by electronic goods is a far more serious issue – very little gets recycled and there are still residue of toxins in the environment.

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