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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Your Planet is Inside by Ul Makise is an educational and informative book for children that will teach them the importance of taking care of the environment and guide them to make choices so that they will know the impact of their choices on their planet. Let us meet the Busy Business alien who wants to build a big factory in the middle of a forest. The forest can fall sick from the toxic gases from the factory. The tourists who visit the forest think the trees are too tall for them to take selfies. Trees cannot be cut because they create the oxygen that is needed for breathing, the animals living in those trees will be homeless, and it takes a long time for trees to grow. Busy Business alien comes up with a new idea, that of using plastic bags in the café. Plastic bags can harm animals. A typhoon is fast approaching and the animals in the forest are in danger. They can get to the safe cave but the animals do not know how to swim. A bridge is built so that they can reach the cave and be safe there. Readers need to take care of Planet Earth too. How do you take good care of Planet Earth?
This book is about sustainable living and taking care of the environment, and the fun and interactive manner in which the topic has been tackled will pull in young readers and encourage them to be more aware of the surroundings they live in and the air they breathe. It is an entertaining book that can be used by tutors and parents in classrooms and homes to make children more responsible for their surroundings and Planet Earth. I like the manner in which the author gives young readers the opportunity to make their own choices, learn from these, and be responsible for the impact their choices can have on the environment instead of making it like any other book that speaks about environmental awareness.