Resource Lending Library

The following material is available for use to Jackson County citizens and teachers and homeschoolers.

Resources in our library include environmental education books, videos, CDs, kits puzzles and brochures. These items are provided free of charge through a sign out process by Keep Jackson County Beautiful. A "checkout" form must be completed and turned in to KJCB - see Resource Lending Library Checkout Sheet form.

For more information and questions about available materials please call Susan Trepagnier, Executive Director, at 706-708-7198.

Enviroscape


Keep Jackson County Beautiful purchased a Watershed, Nonpoint Source, Stormwater Pollution and Prevention education model last year. We have just received the Waste Management Landfills and Recycling education model. The correlation to standards for Grades Kindergarten, 4, 5, 8 and 9-12 will be linked to the KJCB website's Environmental Education page. 
  1. Elementary School
  2. Science Experiment Ideas
  3. Idea Books

Curious George Plants a Tree


Margret and H.A. Rey's
Curious George loves to go to the science museum so when he finds out the museum is planning a "Green Day" dedicated to recycling and planting trees, Georg is curious and wants to help.

Diary of A Worm


Joanna Cotler Books
Could be read accompanying KJCB "worm farm" studies. About a little worm, much like you and me except he eats his homework. Tells how worms help the soil.

Franklin Is Messy


Paulette Bourgeois* Brenda Clark
Franklin counts forward, backward and can zip zippers and button buttons, but he can't ever find his things. Find out how he and his mother solve the problem.

Michael Recycle


Ellie Bethel
Fresh and funny, Michael Recycle will entertain young and old while gently imparting an important message about recycling and environmental awareness.

Michael Recycle Meets Litterbug Doug


Ellie Bethel
Litterbug Doug is lazy. He's wasteful. He's messy, but worst of all, he hates recycling! Along comes the Earth's green-caped crusader, Michael Recycle, to show dastardly Doug the error of his ways.

The Lorax


Dr. Seuss
At the far end of town where the Grickle-grass grows lives The Once-Ler who imparts the story of The Lorax who spoke for the trees which the town was chopping as fast as you please. What happened to the town when the last tree was twacked?

The Wartville Wizard


Don Madden
Wartville is being buried in trash! Find out what one tidy old man realizes he has the power over and how that power affects the citizens of Wartville.

Invite KJCB's Susie Litter to tell this story.

Zoom in on ... BUGS


Scholastic
Just what it says - learn about bugs.

Young Discoverers Pollution and Waste


Scholastic
Environmental Facts and experiments about pollution, acid rain, too much noise and recycling, etc.

Young Discoverers Garbage and Recycling


Scholastic
Environmental Facts and experiments about waste, gardens and garages, paper and recycling plastics, cans and rags.

Young Discoverers Nature and Danger


Scholastic
Environmental Facts and experiments about animal habitats, pollution problems, forests in danger, rivers, ponds and lakes and our seas. Why not make a nature reserve?