The Resource What happens to our trash?
- What happens to our trash?
- Statement of responsibility
- by D.J. Ward ; illustrated by Paul Meisel
- "Each person in the United States makes almost five pounds of trash every day. Thats more trash per person per day than people make in any other country. What happens to our trash? How can we stop throwing so much stuff away? Read and find out!"--Amazon.com
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- no index present
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- .W36 2012
- Literary form
- non fiction
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- Series statement
- Let's-read-and-find-out science. Stage 2
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