Meet the Greenzys, a new eco-friendly line of children's books and toys that promote green living to kids and their parents. The creation of a mother of two, Lisa Keyser, the Greenzys are an easy way to get kids to go green. The books teach kids the basics of going green: (ie: recycling, pickup up trash, reducing waste.) And for once the toys that accompany the series are both environmentally safe and fun. The plush toys are made from from soy fibers and nontoxic dyes with packaging made from recycled paperboard. The book and toys will debut in FAO Schwartz and on FAO.com on April 5. For all purchases made between April 5 and Dec. 31, the Arbor Day Foundation will plant one tree in our nation's forests. Here's a sneak peek at some of the Greenzy characters:
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