Tuesday, 8 December 2020

A Letter from a Gorilla


To Whom It May Concern:

I am a gorilla, you may be surprised to learn
And, although my words may bite and burn
With this letter, your respect I hope to earn

Silverback Jeremy is a mountain gorilla who lives in Africa. If he could write us a letter, what do you think he would say?

Mountain gorillas are strong and powerful but usually gentle and quite shy.

However, silverbacks will protect the group under his care, even at the cost of his own life.

Discover why the mountain gorilla has become critically endangered and learn what we can do to protect these noble animals in this beautifully illustrated rhyming story for ages 5+.

Thursday, 27 August 2020

Believe in Fairies

Believe in fairies that come out at night
So beautiful, magical, and joyous a sight
From the realm of the fays, across the sea
Watch as they play in the hollow of a tree
They keep many fields and meadows alive
By helping wild herbs and flowers survive

A fairy tale for the young and the young at heart.

 A fifth of England's wildflower species are under threat.

Due to habitat loss, increasing numbers of wildflowers have already become extinct.

Learn to appreciate wildflowers and be inspired to help them grow in this beautifully illustrated rhyming tale for ages 4+.


Friday, 14 August 2020

Song of the Blue Whale

In the Southern Ocean, there lives a blue whale 
Magnificent and free with a barnacle on her tail 
She swims the ocean’s depths; few follow her trail 
In the coldest waters, where only the brave prevail 

Despite a global whaling ban, the blue whale, the largest animal the world has ever seen, remains endangered. 

Blue whales are threatened by habitat loss and toxic pollution. 

They can also become entangled in fishing gear or suffer great harm by being struck by ships. 

Learn more about the threats she faces, and what we can do to help protect her, in this beautifully illustrated rhyming story for ages 4+. 


Friday, 8 May 2020

Mattie Boombalatty

In a town named Bascini
Lived Family Boombalatty:
Granddaddy Boombalatty
Daddy Boombalatty
Mummy Boombalatty
And Mattie Boombalatty

But Daddy Boombalatty lost his job in the country
So, Family Boombalatty had to move to the city
Off to a new school went Mattie Boombalatty
But making new friends was not very easy

People who repeatedly attack your confidence and self-esteem are quite aware of your potential, even if you are not.

When Mattie is bullied by rich girls at her new school, an unexpected visitor comes to her rescue. Join Mattie as she deals with the girls’ cruelty without becoming cruel herself.

Learn how she rejects riches, beauty, and revenge in favour of fairness and genuine friendship in this beautifully illustrated rhyming fairy tale for ages 4+.

Tuesday, 21 January 2020

An Elephant's Advice

Tun Tun is a baby elephant
Carefree, healthy and very intelligent
Jumbo is his strong, brave father
And Ayo his wise, beautiful mother

At six happy years and a half
Tun Tun is a forest elephant calf
That’s what elephant babies are called
And he’s already more than a metre tall

In the past century alone, 90% of African elephants have been wiped out - mainly for their ivory.  During the past decade, growing demand for ivory has led to a dramatic increase in illegal elephant poaching in several parts of Africa.

It is estimated that a staggering 20,000 African elephants are killed each year  - approximately 55 every day. 

Elephants, including African forest elephants like Tun Tun, are under threat. Learn about his life, the danger he faces, and the brave people helping him to survive in this beautifully illustrated rhyming story for ages 4+.

An Elephant's Advice:

Sunday, 27 October 2019

A Tiger's Tale

There once was a happy tiger
Who lived on the isle of Sumatra
With large green forests in which to roam
Many tiger families called it home

But people came; some broke the law
They cut many trees with a mighty saw
Men slashed and burned forests of the land
Destroying much more than originally planned
The orangutans fled; elephants; tigers too
After all was said, what could they do?

The Indonesian island of Sumatra is the only place where tigers, rhinos, orangutans and elephants live together. They are all endangered. However, the Sumatran rhino and Sumatran tiger are critically endangered. 

There are less than 300 Sumatran rhinos and less than 400 Sumatran tigers left in the wild.

Learn about the critically endangered Sumatran Tiger, the threats he faces, and the ways we can help him to survive in this beautifully illustrated rhyming story for ages 4+.

A Tiger's Tale: