A Recycling Adventure to the Scrapyard!
By: Shaziya M. Jaffer, Brad W. Rudover, and Jessica Alexanderson
Illustrated by: Adam Trask
After recycling 1 Million Cans, Ellie and her friends discover a problem in their neighborhood. Metal is being thrown in the garbage. They decide they want to help solve this problem by collecting metal and teaching their community about the magic of recycling because metal recycles forever! Mr. Ferrous Magglio and Gallium the Unicorn are back to help share in the adventure to the Scrapyard!
We 💖 Our Readers and Recyclers! ♻️🥫🦄📚👷♂️🏗️🧲
he honorable John Kerry, Special Presidential Envoy for Climate and Jenny Wassenaar from Trivium LOVE A Recycling Adventure to the Scrapyard! We 💚 our readers, recyclers, and future SENNEBOGEN operators! ♻️👷♂️🏗️ Cuties at the Oregon logging show. We 💖 SENNEBOGEN Thank you SIMS Metals for your order!! One of our youngest readers in the UK! My son Logan age five, and I really enjoyed reading this together and we both learned even more about metal recycling. What different metal items are around our house that can be recycled, in addition to cans. The cool ladies at AWMI in Seattle love our books! Thank you Sutter Metals in Tacoma! So cool to see Ellie and her friends in DC! Thank you to Heath Cox at CMI for this amazing photo! Our books can be found at B&N! Abby learned a lot about recycling while reading A Recycling Adventure to the Scrapyard! Thank you Jodi at Alter trading for showing us your super cool collection! Thanks a MILLION to Whitney Cox at Radisu Recycling for the support! Ellie in Porltand loves Ellie from our books and recycling metal with her grandfather at Bob’s Metals! I am happy to report that Owen’s interest in metal recycling has now gone up another notch after reading, ” A Trip to the Scrapyard”. Owen was excited to read this book and see what new lessons Ellie and her friends were up to. We have really enjoyed reading this together and see Owen’s enthusiasm, especially for the metal shredding process and how the metal gets re-used. He understood how important this is. After reading the book he took these actions: looking around at our house for other metal items to be recycled and using magnets. The metal shredder was a big highlight- he wants to see one in real life. As expected, he has taken the book to school to share with classmates: Owen thought Ellie and her class were so lucky to have a field trip to the scrapyard!