Caillou: Every Drop Counts: Ecology Club

Caillou Every Drop Counts Ecology Club At day care Caillou learns about water conservation Once at home he looks for ways that he can save water Because his suggestion of not taking any baths is vetoed by Mommy Caillou has to find other

Caillou Goes Camping Clubhouse Roger Harvey, Eric Roger Harvey has adapted many texts from the Caillou television series, such as Caillou Goes to Work and Caillou Rides on a Plane.Eric Svigny is a graphic artist and the illustrator of numerous Caillou titles, including Caillou ABC Train, Caillou Every Drop Counts, Caillou Happy Holidays, and Caillou The Magic of Compost.They both live in Montreal, Quebec.

  • Title: Caillou: Every Drop Counts: Ecology Club
  • Author: Sarah Margaret Johanson Eric Sevigny
  • ISBN: 9782894507728
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Paperback
  • At day care Caillou learns about water conservation Once at home, he looks for ways that he can save water Because his suggestion of not taking any baths is vetoed by Mommy, Caillou has to find other ways to conserve every little drop adds up

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    1. Ecology and little kids are a dangerous combination. I remember watching Sesame Street with my little darlings a long time ago and something about conserving water coming on. From that point onwards I had a self-proclaimed water policeman on my hands who yelled at me every time I turned on the tap. *shakes head* So I went into this book a bit warily.Caillou is water police at his house too. Telling people to not wash lettuce, to not take bathsah, he got the message. Finally he hits on the idea o [...]

    2. Thankfully Caillou isn't as obnoxious when you read it. (On the TV show, I find his voice very whiney and annoying.) Some interesting experiments are described in the book, such as measuring how much water comes out of a leaky faucet overnight. Even so, I'm not crazy about my kids getting so hyper about water conservation that they don't want to wash or brush teeth. Or that they think it is worth it to put all my pots and pans in the backyard to collect rain water.

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