Saving Tally: An Adventure into the Great Pacific Plastic Patch (Save The Planet Books - Book 2)

Saving Tally: An Adventure into the Great Pacific Plastic Patch (Save The Planet Books - Book 2)
Author
: Serena Lane Ferrari
Publisher
: Save the Planet Books
Pages
: 19
Category
: Kids : 4-8
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Tally is a curious little turtle with a talent for getting into trouble.

Her best friend Ara is a wise and strong lobster. The most dangerous part of the ocean is about to shock Tally and Ara and make them realise that their underwater world isn’t always charming. Will they be able to escape the danger?

An engaging book that addresses the issue of plastic pollution and how it impacts our oceans and sea life.


"When we protect our Planet we’re protecting our future! Saving Tally makes children understand that they can do something - even if it’s very small - to help take care of our oceans.” Editor.


Saving Tally is a fun and engaging adventure into environmental awareness published by Save The Planet Books.

• Perfect for parents wanting to educate their kids about the environment, nature, and sea life.

• A wonderful gift for teachers, librarians, and educators who are looking to teach about environmental protection, plastic pollution, and recycling.

• Great for fans of Love the Earth by Julian Lennon, Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth by Oliver Jeffers, What a Waste by Jess French and the classics from Giles Andreae, Julia Donaldson, and Mo Willems.


Saving Tally is a story that speaks directly to kids showing what plastic pollution can do on wildlife and sea creatures.


From the Author

I write books for young children that have the future of our planet at their heart. I passionately believe that children are our last chance to improve our ecosystems, find solutions to major climate problems, and save the planet.

I also believe in the importance of reading to children from an early age, and hope that my books engage children (and parents!) and inspire them to believe in a better future.


Benefits of Environmental Education

According to United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), there are four reasons to provide children with environmental education:

  • To make them more aware and conscious of environmental problems.
  • To boost their interest in caring for and improving the environment.
  • To enhance their ability to learn about their surroundings.
  • To broaden their ecological knowledge in subjects such as landscapes, air, water, natural resources and wildlife.


About the Author

Serena Lane Ferrari is a mother and an English teacher. She writes books for children concerning the future of our planet.

Serena hopes her stories will encourage future generations to be aware of and engage with environmental issues.

As Greta Thunberg says, No one is too small to make a difference.


About the Illustrator

Giorgia Vallicelli was born in Bologna in 1984 and at a very young age, she discovered she had a talent for art.

Drawing was her first passion, since then she became a highly talented and requested artist for children’s images, poetry and picture books.

Giorgia is already a multi awards winning illustrator.




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