CLEAN AIR SPARKLING WATER: The Fight Against Pollution by Dorothy E. Shuttlesworth

CLEAN AIR SPARKLING WATER: The Fight Against Pollution

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Every little bit added to the big, big trouble"": iterated, illustrated, reiterated, re-illustrated (in the same childish tone) are countless instances of air and water pollution in the United States, in Europe, in Asia. The exemplification is not only excessive, it's also disorderly, and many of the illustrations don't serve the text, which is self-defeating in a photo-essay. Like the causes of pollution, the cures are stated so generally as to be almost meaningless. Considering the progress in science education in the elementary schools and the many sensible treatments of this subject, there's no need for impure exhortation.

Pub Date: Sept. 6th, 1968
Publisher: Doubleday