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A delightful take on the most serious subject of our times. A must read for youngsters and all those concerned about the future of our youngsters
Christiana Figueres, Former Exec Secretary of the UNFCCC

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Climate Action
launches 4th March 2021

I have poured everything I have learnt from 20 years of working on sustainability and regeneration, into this non-fiction book for 8-12 year olds about climate change. I have included the facts, lots of innovative ideas about what we can all do about them, and some of the amazing things young changemakers around the globe are doing.  My aim with this book is to inspire and excite young readers about what their future can look like, and their part in that. One tree will be planted for every book sold in the UK.  Also available as an e-book.  Watch out for lots of fun events and content from us and our partners WWF.

 

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“This is an excellent guide that is full of colour and charm, a great way to teach children about climate change and inspire a new generation of climate leaders.”
Sean Mallon, Climate Change Specialist, WWF-UK

“Every home and school needs this book!”
Nicola Davies, children’s author

Stella and the Seagull
launches July 3rd 2021

This picture book is about a little girl who realises that she can make positive change through using her voice to inspire others to make change too.  It is a story of courage and creativity and how we are never too young or too old to make positive changes! I will be giving away my royalties to several different charities who help to show young people how powerful they can be to make positive change.

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100% of the profits from my first book, Finn the Fortunate Tiger Shark and his Fantastic Friends, will be split between Greenpeace and the Social Plastic Foundation.

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Finn The Fortunate Tigershark & His Fantastic Friends

This funny rhyming verse picture book is about a tiger shark who gets into a spot of bother after eating too much plastic.  Luckily his friends come up with an ingenious plan to save him! This is a story about the impact of marine plastic, but also it is about how powerful we all are to make change.  The book includes an A-Z with lots of ideas for children to try to reduce their use of plastic. The audiobook is sublimely narrated by Jeremy Irons, and features a beautiful song by Joss Stone.

A very good book on a very important subject
Raymond Briggs.

A great message on a crucial subject.
Jeremy Irons

"Our Oceans need our help, and Finn the Fortunate Tiger Shark is a beautiful book which will delight and engage young children on this critical issue.  And when read by Jeremy Irons it sounds magical. Please buy the book and spread the word."
Joss Stone

“Highly recommend reading this brilliant book with your children. Educating & inspiring us all to protect the ocean”
Holly Branson