Critters Don't Litter
Adele wrote Critters Don’t Litter because of her love for our beautiful country and all the ‘critters’ who live in it.
It is her desire to inform children and adults of the effects of littering and their responsibility to ‘Make and Keep America Beautiful’.
In the story, Critters Don’t Litter, Sammy the skunk is reunited with his cousin, Andy. Sammy learns that Andy works for the Animal Environmental Protection Agency and wants to teach all the animals who live in the ‘deep woods’ about littering and recycling.
This educational book presents facts about littering and its harmful effects in a creative and memorable way, but it’s only a first step. We need your help to spread the word and make a difference. Take a look through ways that you can get involved with the Critters Don’t Litter movement and help keep our nation litter free. Feel free to contact us with any questions you might have.
The easiest way to get involved is to simply donate to the cause. Any funds given will be used strictly for the production of more Critters Don’t Litter materials and anti-littering events.
You can specify where you would like your funds to go simply by contacting us. Click the button below to give today.
Consider purchasing books, posters, signs or stickers to make available in your office or place of business to promote awareness about littering. This can be as simple as having a book or poster in a waiting area or one of our stickers displayed on a public trash can. View all available materials below.
Do you work in a local school or public arena where you could host an event or educational program? You can purchase materials below to use at the event or you can contact Adele to discuss speaking engagements or event planning.
Support Critters Don't Litter
Become a partner with us as we fight littering. Your donations will go toward the purchase of campaign materials to be distributed to schools and businesses. Please contact us if you have any questions about how your funds are being used or if you would like to specify your gift for a particular event.