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Hey Kids, Get Involved

Here’s what you can do to help.


Learn more about the rain forest by reading these and other books:

  • A Walk in the Rain Forest, Rebecca L. Johnson
  • Rainforest Encyclopedia Coloring Book, Julia Pinkham
  • Some Plants Grow in Mid-Air (I Didn't Know That), Claire Llewellyn
  • The Remarkable Rainforest, Toni Albert
  • Encyclopedia of Rainforests, Diane Jukofsky


Check out our rain forest residents and read many fascinating facts about them.

Explore the Rain Forest


Recycling helps the rain forest as well. Some of the aluminum used to make new cans and other products comes from bauxite mined in tropical rain forest countries. If we use fewer new cans, we disturb fewer trees to mine the bauxite. Recycling aluminum cans is an important conservation step you can take today.