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Kelly Rutherford Reads Children's Book for a Green Home

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snipshot_e4ies68v38u.jpgA new children’s book about a healthy environment and home called MY BODY MY HOUSE written by Lisa Beres of greennest.com came out this weekend, and actress Kelly Rutherford of Who Killed the Electric Car? showed up to read the book with her and promote healthy living in the home.

It goes a little like this: “The Body and The House lived together happily until The Body made some bad choices and brought toxic chemicals to The House.”

The proceeds of this children’s book go to HEALTHY CHILD HEALTHY WORLD. HCHW is dedicated to protecting the health and well being of children from harmful environmental exposures. The organization educates parents, supports protective policies, and engages communities to make responsible decisions, simple everyday choices, and well-informed lifestyle improvements to create healthy environments where children and families can flourish.

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