A Colorful Halloween


November 4, 2020

Patricia Logan

A recycled crayon looks more like candy to a child at a demonstration at Inkberry Books in Niwot on Saturday. Most regular crayons are petroleum-based and don't break down well in landfills, said children's book author Pat Kittelson, who wrote "Bixley Baines and the Recycled Crayons." She led the event that featured a simple technique for recycling crayons. "Kids don't have to be Elon Musk to...

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