An exciting tale about tackling climate change to protect the animals
Grown-ups and children can enjoy this gentle and imaginative story together, all about the environmental concerns facing our wildlife. Follow the tale of Finn and Skip as they go on a hang-gliding adventure up in the clouds - when all of a sudden Finn’s map gets caught around a swan’s neck!
Introduce 3-5 year-olds to the importance of protecting the environment with this illustrated storybook about climate change and its effects on animals. The ups and downs of this story shows us all the different ways we can help our birds and the environment, through Finn and Skip’s adventure.
This heart-warming climate change story:
- Features lots of practical tips for taking care of the planet, like cycling instead of taking cars, planting trees, and even growing their own vegetables - Taps into growing eco-awareness trend, and shows the benefits of making sustainable decisions - Is perfect for adults and children to share together, as it prompts a wider conversation about the environment - Is charming, humorous, and emotionally gripping, which helps to make this quite frightening subject matter more approachable
With its playful, quirky illustrations, Bird will empower young readers with passion and drive. This inspiring and fun story will help children realize that there is hope to protect our valuable wildlife after all.
Format | Paperback
Pages | 32 pp
Age Range | 3-5 years
Goodreads rating | 4.7/5
About the author:
Brendan Kearney is an author and illustrator living with his family and little dog Crumble in the sunny Southwest of England. He is the author/ illustrator of the 'Finn and Skip' books (DK) and 'The Night the Moon went missing' (DK) and the creator of 'Penelope Strudel and the birthday Treasure Hunt' (Frances Lincoln) and 'Musical Mac' (Sterling).