No More Plastic


Product Details

$17.95  $16.69
Pajama Press
Publish Date
10.3 X 9.2 X 0.5 inches | 1.0 pounds

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About the Author

Alma Fullerton's free-verse novels for juvenile and young adult readers have earned her multiple nominations and awards, including the Ruth and Sylvia Schwartz Award and the CLA Book of the Year Honour. Her first picture book, A Good Trade, has been a White Ravens Choice, a Bank Street Best Book, and a nominee for the OLA Forest of Reading Blue Spruce Award and the Kentucky Bluegrass Awards. In 2013 Alma wrote and illustrated Community Soup, to great acclaim. Alma lives in Midland, Ontario.


Praise for No More Plastic

2022 Green Earth Book Award Honor Book

2022 OLA Forest of Reading Blue Spruce Award Honour Book

2021 Globe and Mail "Kids' books gift guide: Find new ways for young readers to explore the world" selection

2021 CCBC Best Books for Kids & Teens Fall Selection

2021 Open Book feature "Alma Fullerton Uses Literal Plastic Trash to Advocate for a Plastic-Free Future in Her Inspiring New Picture Book"

2022 Green Earth Book Award Long List Selection

2022 Shining Willow finalist

★ STARRED REVIEW "Among the best of the recent books about ocean plastic thanks to its positive approach and practical suggestions included at the end, this title would work well as a group read-aloud....A gentle, effective presentation of an environmental disaster."--Kirkus Starred Review

"[A] clear environmental message about how damaging plastic is to our environment. Isley's earnest persistence to get rid of plastic is admirable. For libraries in need of a strong environmental message for their youngest readers."--School Library Journal

"Every aspect of the book's illustrations is created from plastic except for the sand, which Fullerton imported from P.E.I....The result is visually stunning..."--Quill & Quire

"The vibrant, richly coloured illustrations are lush and beautifully textured, and the fact that Fullerton used repurposed plastic to create them increases their impact...[T]his vivid and inspiring book is a compelling call to action and a powerful reminder that we can--and must!--all make a difference."--Atlantic Books

"No More Plastic is an inspiring story of perseverance with an important lesson that one little person can make a big difference. The intriguing illustrations--diorama art made out of plastic waste, sand, and moss--help tell the story and drive home the message."--Hakai Magazine

"Author-illustrator Alma Fullerton's passion for the environment shines through in No More Plastic...[The story] demonstrates the positive impacts of changes we can all make for the good of the environment."--Green Teacher

"[T]he use of diorama art made from plastic waste by the illustrator...really brought the book full circle...Isley is in all of us."--Mrs. Book Dragon

"The illustrations in this fun picture book were made from plastic waste, and I found that amazing. I recommend this book. I read it multiple times and noticed new things in the illustrations each time!"--Viviane - age 9, Kids' BookBuzz

"An empowering story about a girl who finds a way to make a difference in her community, with information that may inspire kids to take action themselves."--A Kids Book A Day

"[A]n important picture book which delivers a vital message that cannot be ignored any longer. Highly recommended!"--Metroland Toronto

"Alma Fullerton, a fierce and dedicated protector of the environment...[u]sing 'repurposed plastic, sand, and moss'...creates brilliant images for the illustrations in this fine book...Reading books like No More Plastic brings an awareness to a young generation and is absolutely essential for their future."--Sal's Fiction Addiction

"No More Plastic is a call to action for all readers to re-examine their relationship with plastic, especially single use plastic and to start making better choices for the sake of the future of the earth."--Storytime with Stephanie

"No More an extraordinary story, beautiful and sad, and with a lot of hope, showing how the positive voice of one person can change a community." --@littlefreelibrarygrahamnc