Bigfork Art & Cultural Center hosts Love the Wild Foundation’s and Green Kids Club Inspired Classroom
Love the Wild Foundation with Green Kids Club, Inc. collaborated with the Arts and Literacy After School and Summer Program at Bigfork Art and Cultural Center. This group addresses the educational needs of Bigfork (and surrounding area) children by providing them with art-infused project-based learning opportunities that facilitate development of observational, communication, and collaborative skills with other students to enhance creative processes and find solutions. This six week collaboration embraced the mission to introduce children to the uniqueness and the beauty of our natural world, by educating them about the importance of protecting our planet and its inhabitants.
Award-Winning Publisher Green Kids Club Releases New Book: Grizzly 399's Hibernation Pandemonium
IDAHO FALLS, ID, May 05, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Green Kids Club, Inc., announced today the release of the eighth title in its "Environmental Hero" book series. The book, titled, "Grizzly 399's Hibernation Pandemonium" is the second Green Kids Club book written about Grizzly 399, the world's most famous grizzly bear mother, and her four new cubs that live in the northwestern area of Wyoming around Grand Teton National Park.
Green Kids Club to Release Dyslexia-Friendly Books with Noah Text
IDAHO FALLS, ID, February 02, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Green Kids Club, Inc. announced today that it is releasing dyslexia-friendly editions of its three best-selling books – Elee and The Shining Star, Grizzly 399, and The Belize Trash Monster. These new versions will be presented with a specialized print called Noah Text®. Noah Text highlights critical word patterns within texts, enabling struggling readers, children with dyslexia, and ESL students to read with increased fluency and stamina – providing them much needed confidence while enhancing their reading skill.
IDAHO FALLS, ID and DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA, January 06, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Green Kids Club, Inc. announced today the release of the seventh title in its "Environmental Heroes" book series. The new book, the title of which includes fun word play alluding to the main animal characters is called, "A Tail of Three Lions". The story is about a young lion cub named Tau living in Africa who looks to rescue his brother from hunters, and introduces the concepts of poaching and exploitation as well as recognized lion sanctuaries to children.
Award Winning Publisher Green Kids Club Releases New Book: Grizzly 399
IDAHO FALLS, ID, August 04, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Green Kids Club, Inc., announced today the release of a sixth title in its "Environmental Hero" book series. The new book, called Grizzly 399, explains the life of the world's most famous grizzly bear mother and her cubs that live in the northwestern area of Wyoming.
Idaho Falls author releases new children's book spotlighting lion exploitation
Idaho Falls author Sylvia Medina was flying back to the U.S. after a business trip to Africa when she watched the documentary “Blood Lions.” It deeply affected her.
The film shows organizations pretending to be sanctuaries that keep lions in small, filthy enclosures. Adult lions at these fake sanctuaries are used as breeding factories to produce cubs that are eventually killed in canned hunts. A canned hunt involves a hunter shooting a penned animal for a trophy.
Amesbury artist creates plush toys to teach kids about environment
Looking for a unique that the youngster in your life will love? Amesbury artist Susan Sofia-McIntire designs and engineers a line of soft plush toys for The Green Kids Club to accompany books teaching environmental stewardship to children. They are not only cuddly and adorable, but they are educational, too.