Ask a bunch of kids a question, you’ll never come up short on answers — incisive, unpredictable and encouragingly earth-friendly. (I asked thousands of kids 24 questions when I was putting together my latest book, Kids Make It Better: A Write-in, Draw-in Journal.) Last week, I asked this one:“If you could give the earth anything this holiday season, what would it be?”
By Theona, age 6
A new atmosphere because ours is breaking.
— Bud, age 7
By Sam, age 5
A museum as tall as the Statue of Liberty with 114 rooms with weird-shaped windows that change colors.
— Nicky, age 7
“By my calculations, it is 42.” “I’m impressed.”
The answer to everything.
— Carter, age 7
By T.J., age 6
— T.J., age 6
Sparkly pink, blue, and orange snow.
— Rachel, age 8... Read more