Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Encouraging kids to go green - The Learning Key - Philly Tribune

Encouraging kids to go green - The Learning Key - Philly Tribune

The Philly Tribune covers tips from Jordan & Justine's Weekend Adventures on going green. Check it out!

Jordan Encourages Kids to Go Green in 2015 for Earth Day

NEW YORK, April 22, 2015  ( Publisher Fire Flies Entertainment introduces Green Tips from Jordan, the eco-friendly children's book character in Jordan and Justine's Weekend Adventures: Go Go Green. Each year since 2010 this popular children' science book continues to be introduced to teachers and librarians around the country in support of Earth Day events. This year's Earth Day is on Wednesday, April 22, 2015 and the theme "Going Green in 2015" introduces a list of easy-to-do eco-tips and facts. View Here:

Go Go Green, along with the other books from the Jordan and Justine's Weekend Adventures series, is a dynamic teaching tool. Author of the series, Tanille Edwards says, "'Going Green in 2015' is a theme that connects Earth Day celebrations with living green every day. The ecology facts are educational and the tips helpful to reducing the carbon footprint. Plants: Parts 1 & 2 and Wildlife: Parts 1 & 2, are additional titles from the children's ecology series, with facts and tips on animal care, earth science, and the food we eat. Jordan and Justine's Weekend Adventures: Go Go Green offers green-living tips and activities, colorful cartoon-like characters and green vocabulary in both English and Spanish. Written in easy to understand text, Jordan & Justine's Weekend Adventures children's books are beautifully illustrated, for children ages 5 though 10 years, and even older.  

For more information on the Jordan & Justine's Weekend Adventures book series, please visit: or contact Fire Flies Entertainment (212) 561-1654.

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About Jordan & Justine's Weekend Adventures:

Jordan & Justine's Weekend Adventures is an entertaining brand which features multicultural characters as friends from India, China, and South America.  This brand has found a strong presence in schools, libraries and museums across the country with availability through Ingram, Baker & Taylor, Follett, Overdrive and more. Port Discovery, Brooklyn Children's Museum, Children's Museum of Manhattan and the Dawes Arboretum in Ohio are among the many outlets that have fell in love with the educational series.

In addition, the Jordan & Justine's Weekend Adventures brand has been used to impact the corporate culture of national and global corporations for Earth Day. Children have used the book to do science projects, homework and to gather information for science fairs.

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Karen Adams

Wednesday, April 1, 2015