by Pat Mitchell
Evan and his new school friends are expected to march in the big Earth Day Parade, but he doesn’t want to go. He is embarrased, knowing his costume isn’t as good as the others. Come with Evan on his Earth Day adventure and find out why his experience is one he will never forget.
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“Auntie Litter teaches children to become good stewards of our natural resources in a fun and educational way.”
~E. Ashley Grund, Educator, Pensacola, FL
“This book is an excellent interdisciplinary resource for any elementary classroom or library!”
~Dylan Ferniany, Ed. D, Assistant Principal, Birmingham, AL
“You will be pulling for Evan and wanting to help keep our planet Earth clean.”
~Anne Brent Wright, Educator, Anderson, SC
“Children will love this heartwarming story of a boy who develops an understanding of his part to care for our precious environment.”
~Sonia Crist, Ph.D., Educator, Hoover, AL
“Evan's dilemma creates an excellent discussion platform for multiple age groups.”
~Laura Walker, Educator, Vestavia Hills, AL
“What an awesome book! Such a useful tool in teaching environmental education.”
~Michele P. Bennett, Librarian, Gulf Shores, AL
Pat Mitchell is the founder of Auntie Litter, Inc., a national nonprofit organization dedicated to providing environmental education to the general public, particularly children. To spread her message about protecting the environment, she portrayed the character of Auntie Litter to “do for the environment what Uncle Sam has done for patriotism.” Under her leadership, numerous programs and materials have been developed, which gained national recognition: President George H. Bush Take Pride in America Award, DAR Conservation Award, Girl Scouts Woman of Distinction Award, President Bill Clinton Point of Light, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Clean Air Excellence Award for Education and Outreach. The Auntie Litter Campaign was covered by many media outlets, including CNN Headline News, ABC News, and USA Today. Ms. Mitchell credits her inspiration as a gift from God.
Jeffrey Frame has always enjoyed storytelling. He’s been creating characters and drawing comic strips since high school. His illustrations are the highlight of the children’s book Seagulls, Sandcastles & Angels of Blue, a delightful story about a family of seagulls who take a trip to see an airshow. After many years of creating comics, he completed his first book, The Smiley Face Commandos: Comic Strip Collection, a humorous, action-adventure about a crime-fighting trio of heroes. Mr. Frame is also an avid independent filmmaker and has written and directed more than ten short films, most of which can be found at BigLagoonMedia.com.