This Earth Day, EPA asks you to join in protecting our planet, ensuring clean air and water for all people and for our children. Commit to protect the environment.
The EPA is reaching out to people of every age, race, and economic status to 'own' the environment, to make environmental protection one of their top priorities.
Take action by choosing at least five things to change. Use less water and electricity, commute without polluting, reuse and recycle, and more.
Check out Earth Day at http://www.epa.gov/earthday/.
New large print fiction includes: “Limelight” by Melody Carlson; “Gone to Green” by Judy Christie; “The Lock Artist” by Steve Hamilton; “The Silent Gift” by Michael Landon; “Tate” by Linda Lael Miller; “Bygones”, “Beginnings”, and “Blessings” by Kim Vogel Sawyer; “Dead By Midnight” by Beverly Barton; “Deeper Than The Dead” by Tami Hoag; “Split Image” by Robert B. Parker; “Fantasy In Death” by J. D. Robb; “.45-Caliber Firebrand” by Peter Brandvold; “Hell To Pay: The Life And Violent Times Of Eli Gault” by J. Lee Butts; “Savage Breed” by Randy Denmon; “ The Savage Breed” by Frank Leslie; “Texas Cowboys” by Tim McGuire.
Many new young adult titles by popular authors Ted Dekker, Rick Riordan, Meg Cabot and Angie Sage.
New DVDs include: “Vantage Point”, “The Happening”, “The Prince & Me 2: The Royal Wedding”, “Hide and Seek”, “Taxi”, “Nanny Diaries”, “Dreamer”, “Eight Below”, “Miracle”, “Jumper”, “Chasing Liberty”, “Freedom Writers”, “Lost – The First Season”.
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