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Are Your Kids' Books Killing Tigers?

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Getting your kid a book this holiday season? Before you pat yourself on the back for not buying some plastic crap destined for the dump, consider this: The book you bought might actually be destroying the rainforest.

On Wednesday, the Rainforest Action Network(RAN) announced that in the pages of several popular HarperCollins children's books, it had found controversially sourced wood fibers, possibly connected to the destruction of the Indonesian rainforest.

Mother Jones
Zaineb Mohammed
Friday, December 14, 2012

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