Harriet's Letter

to my family,

Letters to tomorrow
High Cross Primary School
High Cross Drive
NP10 9AB
Dear letters to tomorrow,

I am Harriet and I am 9 years old. I am writing to you because I am worried about the trees!
Trees are being cut down and there are less trees in the environment. The animals will have no homes or food soon as they are losing their habitat.

Trees are so important. trees filter the air to keep it clean, they suck up water to stop flooding and they calm the wind and rain, they give us shade and keep the earth stable and most important, they give us oxygen.

Plastic is also ruining the world and killing animals on land and in water or making them sick. We should recycle all the plastic properly in the right bins or use other materials instead of plastic.

Yours Sincerely


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