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Due for ANZ release February 2020. Available in the UK and US May 2020. Pre-order your copy now!
With 100 percent of proceeds being donated to Orangutan Outreach, comes a tale of hope as the strong bonds of friendship are showcased through the struggles to survive in the threatened Sumatran rainforest.
Despite the warnings from her friends, Ginger, the orangutan, rears an orphaned tiger cub as her own. When the growing tiger’s natural instincts begin to show, the two have to part ways. This gentle story of friendship and the struggles to survive in the threatened Sumatran rainforest will help children understand environmental impacts and offers hope for the future of the quickly diminishing Orangutan population.
SPECIFICATIONS: 9780648256373| 238 x 238 mm | 9.5 x 9.5 inches | Hardback | 40 Pages
A Little Pink Dog Books Publication
True stories that rocked a nation
The 30 stories in this book describe some of the most extraordinary events in New Zealand history. Who knew that a fire killed 39 people at Seacliff Mental Hospital in 1942? That 10 people died in a lahar on White Island in 1914? That a yacht race between Lyttelton and Wellington in 1951 resulted in 10 fatalities? That a tornado ripped through 150 houses in Hamilton in 1948? These and many other stories are told in this eye-opening book, which also reveals acts of heroism among the rescuers.
SPECIFICATIONS: Paperback | 280 x 210 mm | Colour | 224 Pages |