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Sarah and the Crows Clean Up is a children's picture book written by Joanne Russo Insull and illustrated by Kelly Artieri. Every morning, Sarah wakes up and grabs a handful of peanuts and a bowl of water to treat the crows stationed outside her house. But one day, something special happens. The crows leave a feather on the tray as a thank you gift for Sarah. With each passing day, the crows come bearing more gifts. Sarah realizes that the crows brought her stuff they collected from a nearby field filled with litter. Soon, Sarah begins recycling the trash. Inspired by Sarah, the neighborhood kids join in on the action and help her clean the field, causing even the Mayor to take notice.
A short, fun-filled picture book with an important message for environmental conservation, Sarah and the Crows Clean Up is a must-read for kids. Inspired by two true stories, Joanne Russo Insull's inspiring tale perfectly demonstrates how even a child can bring about change with their actions and make the world a better place to live. The eye-catching illustrations provided by Kelly Artiery add a bit of color to the story, making it pop and all the more entertaining to read. Sarah is a kind-hearted kid who loves animals and doesn't mind doing her bit to help clean the neighborhood. The fact that she inspires her friends to join the cause makes her actions even more admirable. Kids are bound to find her a role model. I can't recommend this book enough.