JINGO the orangutan loves his beautiful jungle habitat — but when bulldozers arrive, can he and his animal friends band together to save their home?
Venture deep into the rainforest with this vividly illustrated picture book!
Parents will enjoy an engaging story that speaks directly to kids showing what deforestation can do on animals and wildlife habitats.
Children will love reading about Jingo and his brave friends!
Jingo in the Jungle is based on the true story of an orangutan – in Indonesia – defending its home and habitat from being destroyed by a bulldozer.
Join in the fight by learning more today!
“Serena deserves a constellation of stars for consistently writing picture books that capture children’s attention and deliver important messages.” – G. Williams, editor.
“I’m in love with Jingo and his humour that appeals to both children and adults.” – D.W., writer.
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
Born in the countryside of Tuscany, Italy, Ferdinando Batistini is an illustrator and concept artist for animation and games.
Raised up in the family’s farm, at 24 years he decided to change his life and start what he loved the most: drawing. After attending the NEMO Academy in Florence, with the maximum of votes, he started a career as a freelancer, working for important publishers.
Ferdinando now lives in Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
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Every night he comes to the ledge.
So far, he hasn’t jumped.
Sarah watches him from her window, unable to look away.
Will tonight will be the night that his body hurtles through space and crashes to the ground in a failed attempt to fly?
Standing between heaven and hell, life and death, eighteen-year-old Brendan massages the ledge, arms outstretched, contemplating suicide.
Cutting isn’t cutting it. Drugs can’t numb the pain.
His best friend is dead, and his wealthy parents are nothing like the polished image they show the rest of the world. Between his father’s abuse and his mother’s alcoholic neglect, their Manhattan penthouse feels more like a prison.
Paige and Nate watch from their fire escape, teetering on their own edge after a brutal rape has nearly shattered their relationship. Watching is one thing, but how they can stand by, knowing what they know and doing nothing about it?
This hauntingly beautiful coming of age tale will make you laugh, cry, rage and cheer as we realize we are all human, all fallible, and all prone to believe the lies we tell ourselves.
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May Johnson used to be an ordinary wife and mother. Now, she’s a middle-aged widow grieving the loss of her only daughter— and the wrongful death settlement is only making things worse.
May’s sanity was already questionable when tensions rise with her smothering younger sister, so she sets out to find solitude down south in the marshes of Florida.
Animal encounters, unlikely friendships, sisterly squabbles, and hilarious scenarios take May on an unforgettable journey from the depths of grief to a new life. But, will she embrace it?
The Crying Bird is a Contemporary Women’s Fiction Novel, a heartfelt, humorous, and relatable story about real life.
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Story Content Rating: Clean. Mild Language, Mild Violence, No Sex
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