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    [DK书籍].Earth.Smart.(DK.READERS.L2).pdf

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    [DK书籍].Earth.Smart.(DK.READERS.L2).pdf

    Earth Smart How to Take Care of the EnvironmentLEsLiEgarrETTWe can make our world a cleaner andhealthier place to live. Join Sophieand Spencer to find out how.DK READERSStunning photographs combinewith lively illustrations and engaging,age-appropriate stories in DK READERS, a multilevelreading program guaranteed to capture children’s interestwhile developing their reading skills and general knowledge.14.99 USA19.99 CanadaThis book is printed on 100 recycled paper and processed chlorine free.With DK READERS, children will learn to readthen read to learnJacket images Front and back DK Images/Andy Crawford.Printed in ChinaREADERS READERS2DKREADERSEARTH SMARTGARRETTRich vocabulary and challenging sentence structureAdditional ination and alphabetical glossaryComprehensive indexProficientreadersReadingaloneMore complex sentence structureInation boxes and alphabetical glossaryComprehensive indexLonger sentences and increased vocabularyInation boxes full of extra fun factsSimple indexBeginningto read aloneWord repetition, limited vocabulary,and simple sentencesPicture dictionary boxesBeginningto readLearningto readHigh-frequency wordsPicture word strips Labels to introduce and reinforce vocabularyDiscover more atwww.dk.com9 780756 6191385 1 4 9 9ISBN 0-7566-1913-0flexpaper.studylead.comDinosaur DinnersBugs Bugs BugsSlinky, Scaly SnakesAnimal HospitalThe Little BallerinaMunching, Crunching, Sniffing, and SnoopingThe Secret Life of TreesWinking, Blinking, Wiggling, and WagglingAstronaut Living in SpaceTwistersHoliday Celebration Days around the WorldThe Story of PocahontasHorse ShowSurvivors The Night the Titanic SankEruption The Story of VolcanoesThe Story of ColumbusJourney of a Humpback WhaleAmazing BuildingsFeathers, Flippers, and FeetOutback Adventure Australian VacationSniffles, Sneezes, Hiccups, and CoughsStarry SkyEarth Smart How to Take Care of the EnvironmentIce Skating StarsLet’s Go RidingI Want to Be a GymnastLEGO Castle Under AttackLEGO Rocket RescueStar Wars Journey Through SpaceMLB A Batboy’s DayMLB Let’s Go to the Ballpark Insectos en espaolBomberos en espaolLa Historia de Pocahontas en espaolMeet the X-MenSpider-Man Worst EnemiesLevel 2Spacebusters The Race to the MoonBeastly TalesShark AttackTitanicInvaders from Outer SpaceMovie MagicPlants Bite BackTime TravelerBermuda TriangleTiger TalesAladdinHeidiZeppelin The Age of the AirshipSpiesTerror on the AmazonDisasters at SeaThe Story of Anne FrankAbraham Lincoln Lawyer, Leader, LegendGeorge Washington Soldier, Hero, PresidentExtreme SportsSpiders’ SecretsThe Big Dinosaur DigSpace Heroes Amazing AstronautsThe Story of ChocolateLEGO Mission to the ArcticNFL Super Bowl HeroesNFL Peyton ManningNFL Whiz Kid QuarterbacksMLB Home Run Heroes Big Mac, Sammy, and JuniorMLB Roberto ClementeMLB Roberto Clemente en espaolMLB World Series HeroesMLB Record BreakersMLB Down to the Wire Baseball’s Great Pennant RacesStar Wars Star PilotThe X-Men SchoolAbraham Lincoln Abogado, Lder, Leyenda en espaolAl Espacio La Carrera a la Luna en espaolLevel 3READERSflexpaper.studylead.comA Note to ParentsDK READERS is a compelling program for beginning readers, designed in conjunction with leading literacy experts, including Dr. Linda Gambrell, Professor of Education at Clemson University. Dr. Gambrell has served as President of the National Reading Conference and the College Reading Association, and has recently been elected to serve as President of the International Reading Association.Beautiful illustrations and superb full-color photographs combine with engaging, easy-to-read stories to offer a fresh approach to each subject in the series. Each DK READER is guaranteed to capture a child’s interest while developing his or her reading skills, general knowledge, and love of reading.The five levels of DK READERS are aimed at different reading abilities, enabling you to choose the books that are exactly right for your child Pre-level 1 Learning to readLevel 1 Beginning to readLevel 2 Beginning to read aloneLevel 3 Reading aloneLevel 4 Proficient readersThe “normal” age at which a child begins to read can be anywhere from three to eight years old, so these levels are only a general guideline.No matter which level you select, you can be sure that you are helping your child learn to read, then read to learnflexpaper.studylead.comSeries Editors Deborah Lock and Penny Smith U.S. Editor John Searcy Art Editor Sonia MooreDTP Designer Almudena DazProduction Angela GraefJacket Designer Sonia MoorePhotographer Andy Crawford Reading Consultant Linda Gambrell, Ph.D.First American Edition, 200606 07 08 09 10 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1Published in the United States by DK Publishing, Inc.375 Hudson Street, New York, New York 10014Copyright 2006 Dorling Kindersley LimitedAll rights reserved under International and Pan-American Copyright Conventions. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retri system, or transmitted in any or by any means, electronic,mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the copyright owner.Published in Great Britain by Dorling Kindersley LimitedDK book are available at special discounts for bulk purchases for sales promotions, premiums, fundraising, or educational use. For details, contactDK Publishing Special Markets375 Hudson StreetNew York, New York 10014SpecialSalesdk.comLibrary of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication DataGarrett, Leslie, 1964-Earth smart--how to take care of the environment / written by Leslie Garrett.-- 1st American ed.p. cm. -- DK readers. 2, Beginning to read aloneIncludes index.ISBN-13 978-0-7566-1912-1 ISBN-10 0-7566-1912-2 pb -- ISBN-13 978-0-7566-1913-8 ISBN-10 0-7566-1913-0 hb1. Environmentalism--Juvenile literature. I. Title. II. Dorling Kindersley readers. 2, Beginning to read alone. GE195.5.G367 2006333.72--dc222005032706 Color reproduction by Colourscan, SingaporePrinted and bound in China by L. Rex Printing Co., Ltd.The publisher would like to thank the following for their kind permission to reproduce their photographsPosition key a-above; b-below/bottom; c-center; l-left; r-right; t-topAlamy Images Ace Stock Ltd. 2tr, 15t; Roger Bamber 32tl; Nigel Cattlin / Holt Studios International Ltd 27t; David R. Frazier Photolibrary, Inc. 2cr, 17c; Dennis MacDonald 8c, 10c; Mike Perry 2br, 9br; Anthony Pletts 31b; Helene Rogers 13br; Corbis 32bl; Louis K. Meisel Gallery 22-23c; Jose Luis Pelaez, Inc 32br; Guenter Rossenbach / Zefa 32cr; Zefa 13tl; Ecoscene Jim Winkley 33br; Getty Images Daryl Balfour 19tr; Altrendo Panoramic 18-19b; Mario Lalich / Photonica 4-5c; David Rosenberg 28-29c; Photographersdirect.com Jim Kirkikis 25cWith thanks to Mark Jackson for the use of his house, and to the models Adam Streamer from Scallywags Agency Ltd., Cheryl and Heather Akers.All other images Dorling Kindersley For more ination see www.dkimages.comDiscover more atwww.dk.comLoNDoN, NEW YoRK, MUNICH, MELBoURNE, AND DELHIflexpaper.studylead.comEarth SmartHow to Take Care of the EnvironmentWritten by Leslie GarrettREADERSPROFICIENTALONEREADINGTOREADBEGINNINGTOREAD ALONEBEGINNING2314READERSDK Publishing, Inc.flexpaper.studylead.com“Hooray” shouted Spencer. “Aunt Charlotte brought us popsicles”Aunt Charlotte was looking after Spencer and his older sister, Sophie, for the day. flexpaper.studylead.comAunt Charlotte is a teacher.Her classes are about the environmentthe world around us. “We can all take good care of the environment,” she told the children.flexpaper.studylead.comAunt Charlotte gave Sophie and Spencer their popsicles. Spencer tore off the wrapper and tossed it on the ground. Sophie bent down to pick it up. “We shouldn’t litter,” she said. She dropped the wrapper into a nearby garbage can. Put a lid on itKeep your environment clean by putting litter in a garbage can or taking it home. Keep a lid on your can at home so garbage doesn’t blow away.flexpaper.studylead.comAunt Charlotte agreed “We need to keep our planet clean so it’s a healthy place to live.”flexpaper.studylead.comJust then a garbage truck stopped at the curb. A man emptied the garbage can into the back of the truck. flexpaper.studylead.com“Where is he taking the garbage” asked Spencer.“It goes to a landfill,” saidAunt Charlotte. “That’s a huge pit in the ground where garbage is dumped, then covered over with earth. After a long time, the garbage breaks down and becomes dirt.”Landfill siteGarbage is spread out and covered with earth to keep flies away and cut down on smell. flexpaper.studylead.com“We should be careful about the garbage we throw out,” said Aunt Charlotte. “Some things are toxic.”“What’s toxic” asked Spencer.10flexpaper.studylead.com“Things like cans of paint and batteries leak out dangerous chemicals that can get into our soil and water,” replied Aunt Charlotte. “If you have dangerous trash like this, get your parents to take it to a hazardous waste drop-off center, where it will be disposed of safely.”BatteriesYou will throw away fewer batteries if you use rechargeable batteries or wind-up radios and flashlights.Turning the handle charges the radio.11 Leaking batteries flexpaper.studylead.comThe children followed Aunt Charlotte into the house.“We throw away too much,” Aunt Charlotte continued. “We should recycle as much as we can. 12flexpaper.studylead.com13That means saving things like glass bottles, plastic food wrappers, and cans, so they can be reused or melted down and turned into something else.”A vase made from recycled glassDrink cansAluminum cans can be recycled over and over again. The metal always stays strong and flexible.flexpaper.studylead.com14“Let’s set up recycling boxes,” said Sophie. She found three big boxes and stuck labels on that said “paper,” “plastic,” and “glass and cans.” flexpaper.studylead.comSpencer found some old newspapers his mother was going to throw away. He put them in the “paper” recycling box.Recycling binsIf your recycling boxes are not collected, you can empty them into recycling bins at a local drop-off point.15flexpaper.studylead.com16“Another way to help our planet is to save electricity,” said Aunt Charlotte.“Power plants burn fuel to make electricity,” she said. “Smoke from the burning fuel makes the air dirty.” Spencer coughed. “We breathe the pollution,” he said.“Without clean air, we get sick,” said Sophie.Aunt Charlotte nodded. “And so can our planet,” she said.flexpaper.studylead.com17flexpaper.studylead.com18“The pollution in the air traps heat and makes the planet heat up,” explained Aunt Charlotte.“This is called global warming.Ice is melting at both the North and South Poles. flexpaper.studylead.comMelting snowGlobal warming is making snow melt on Africa’s tallest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro.This means there will be more floods, and people and animals will lose their homes.”19flexpaper.studylead.com“If we use less electricity, we will make less pollution,” said Aunt Charlotte. “Do you know how we can use less at home” she asked.“We can turn off lights whenwe don’t need them,” suggested Spencer, as he turned off a light.“We can read books instead ofwatching TV,” added Sophie. The TV was on, so Sophie turned it off. 20flexpaper.studylead.com21flexpaper.studylead.com22Later they all set out for the park. “Phew,” said Spencer as they walked beside a busy road. “What’s that smell” flexpaper.studylead.com23“That’s exhaust from the carengines,” said Aunt Charlotte.“It pollutes the air.”“If we walk, we’ll cut down on pollution,” Sophie suggested. Aunt Charlotte nodded.flexpaper.studylead.comThey arrived at the park and found a place to have a picnic.“I like the plants and trees in the park,” said Sophie.“Trees protect us from air pollution,” said Aunt Charlotte. “They give off oxygen, which we can breathe. Trees and other plants make the air healthier. They also provide homes for many kinds of animals.”24flexpaper.studylead.com25flexpaper.studylead.comThey opened a bag of strawberries.“These are from your uncle’s farm,” Aunt Charlotte said. “He grows them organically. That means he doesn’t use chemicals that can harm the environment.”26flexpaper.studylead.com“Is that why they’re so sweet” asked Sophie. “Probably,” laughed Aunt Charlotte.“He sells them at the local farmer’s market. Since he doesn’t travel far, he doesn’t create much pollution.”Pricey produceGrowing crops using chemicals is easier than growing them organically, so organic food costs more.27flexpaper.studylead.comOn the way home, Aunt Charlotte and the children stopped at the grocery store. They had to buy food for dinner. 28flexpaper.studylead.com“Let’s choose food that’s grown nearby,” said Aunt Charlotte. They checked the labels to find food grown as close as possible to their town.They found beans, potatoes, chicken, and yogurt for dessert.29flexpaper.studylead.com30flexpaper.studylead.comAs they went home, Sophie said, “Thanks for teaching us to take care of the planet, Aunt Charlotte.Now we can help cut down on pollution.”“And recycle,” her aunt added.Spencer picked a chewing-gum wrapper off the ground. “And I won’t litter” he said.31flexpaper.studylead.com32Save the environmentRemember the four Rs Reduce the amount of things we use so that there’s less to throw away, reuse things, recycle things to make new things, and rethink what we buy and use. These horse sculptures have been made from recycled materials.Litter does not just make a place look ugly. It can also be dangerous to animals and people. It can cause fires and is expensive to clean up.Natural sources, such as the sun, wind, and waves, can provide us with energy. They can produce heat and electricity without creating pollution.Trees provide us with better air quality, shelter us from the weather, and attract birds and wildlife. By planting trees, we can have a healthier environment.flexpaper.studylead.combatteries 11cans drink 13, 14chemicals 11, 26, 27electricity 16, 20, 32environment 5, 6, 26, 32exhaust 23farmer’s market 27food 13, 27, 28-29garbage 6, 9, 10garbage can 6, 8garbage truck 8glass 13, 14global warming 18-19hazardous waste drop-off center11labels 14, 29landfill 9lights 20litter 6, 31, 32organic 26, 27oxygen 24paint 11paper 14, 15planet 7, 16, 18, 31plants 24plastic 13, 14pollution 16, 18, 20, 23, 24, 27, 31, 32popsicles 4, 6power plants 16rechargeable batteries 11recycle 12, 13, 14, 15, 31, 32reuse 13, 32smell 9, 22toxic 10trees 24, 32TV 20w

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