Monday, September 21, 2009

A new collaboration with Moss Green Children's Books

I'm very happy to announce on our new collaboration with Moss Green Children's Books ,a unique online bookstore that donates 66% of its total profits to children’s charities every year.

Moss Green, which is based in the UK, was created by Mark Waterfield who wanted to help the environment and raise more funds for children’s charities.

Moss Green aims to help parents educating their children about the environment and creating a green sustainable future.
In their online bookshop you can see which stories can help your child become more aware of the natural world. And every time you make a purchase, even more money will go to children’s charities, since they're donating as we mentioned 66% of their total profits, every year.

Moss Green has joined our bookstores program and will offer to its customers
to plant a tree with us to balance each book they purchase in the store. Customers will receive an Eco-Libris sticker (made of recycled paper) for each book they balance out, saying 'One tree planted for this book'.

You're welcome to learn more about Moss Green at their website -


Raz @ Eco-Libris

Eco-Libris: promoting sustainable reading!

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