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Mother Nature is lonely. She yearns for a daughter but, with her heavy workload, her dream has been pushed aside. However, one smoggy day while picking up trash she came across a pile of plastic bottles and had an idea. Magically with a sweep of her hands, turns the plastic bottles into a soft, cuddly rag doll and names her Popsi. Mother Nature wishes with all her might that Popsi would become a real girl to give a hand caring for the earth. With a little help from a wise wizard name Wolley, Popsi the rag doll comes to life as a young girls. Wooley gives Popsi three days to give Mother Nature a helping hand. Or she will once again become a rag doll trapped inside a bottle for all eternity. Just when thing are looking bad for Popsi, she fizzes with an idea and teaches children about recycling and shows everyone what she made of. Popsi is not just a character in a book, but a real recycled rag doll made from five recycled bottles that reinforce the lesson in her enchanting story.
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Being dyslexic never became a handicap for Geraldine. In fact, she learned how to transform it into an advantage. Just like the character she created, Popsi, who finds a positive opportunity in every challenge. In 1997, Geraldine created Popsi, the world s first recycled doll and wrote her first short story titled Secrets of the Dump. The recycled toy and story guided children through a cross-curriculum program that was used in elementary schools and universities across the United States. Then in 2005 Popsi The Daughter of Mother Nature was published by GBL&CLjr Publishing. Geraldine's quest is to make a difference in our world and quality of life through Popsi's recycled books and toys.Review:
Winner of Dr. Toy Best Green Product --Dr. Toy
A charmingly told environmental message that would be of interest to readers of all ages. Brilliant story with a meaningful and upbeat message. --Children s Midwest Bookwatch:
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Book Description GBL&Cljr publishing, 2005. Condition: New. Randy Jennings (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M0975388428