From: ENN
Published April 16, 2008 11:57 AM

New Parenting Book: Healthy Child Healthy World focuses on environmental awareness for parents and children.

Like many busy parents, we are always on the lookout for quick, easy-to-implement tips that will help make our home healthier and safer for our children, and more in tune with the environment. An all-in-one resource of tips, information, resources and inspiration, Healthy Child Healthy World is the essential do-it-yourself guide for families of all sizes and ages to adopt a greener lifestyle.

"Healthy Child Healthy World helps mothers and fathers connect the dots, to understand cause and effect..It tries to emphasize the healthful solutions, the positive, easy-to-follow steps you can take for your family, your home, yourself.”
-from the foreword by Meryl Streep

Healthy Child Healthy World: Creating a Cleaner, Greener, Safer Home. With Special Contributions from Gwyneth Paltrow, Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, Brooke Shields, Tobey Maguire, Kate Hudson and Erin Brockovich, among others is launching tomorrow, April 17th.

Phthalates in shampoos, chemicals in baby bottles, flame retardants in mattresses, VOCs in carpeting, dramatic increases in childhood asthma, autism, behavioral disorders, and cancers— are all confusing and disturbing issues and trends affecting our families today.  How can parents raise the healthiest children possible and create a healthy and non-toxic lifestyle for their family? To help navigate these concerns and offer credible and easy solutions, comes an essential book for all parents - Healthy Child Healthy World: Creating a Cleaner, Greener, Safer Home (Dutton) which is set to become the eco-friendly lifestyle guide for everyone who loves a child.

Written by Christopher Gavigan, CEO / Executive Director from the nation’s leading children’s health non-profit - Healthy Child Healthy World, this new book features practical advices for all stages of parenting. Each of the ten chapters in Healthy Child Healthy World deals with managing a different aspect of the home environment—cleaning supplies, food, beauty care, toys, air quality, gardens, pets—clarifying the risks and offering user-friendly green tips that anyone can take at their own pace.

“This book helps us all learn about the opportunities we have to make simple, everyday choices to prevent harm and clean up our act at home,” Gavigan writes in his Introduction. “We all can’t do everything, but we all can do something for children’s health and the health of the planet.”

More information can be found at http://www.healthychild.org/

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