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Sunny's Blazing Battle takes you to the heat of the Australian bush where Sunny the Koala and her baby Banjo are sleeping peacefully in the tall gumtrees.
When a sudden summer storm brings the flames of the bushfire close to home, brave firefighters have to battle to save them and Sunny needs all the help she can get before feeling safe once again. Sunny's Blazing Battle is based on true events and it is this powerful message which invites children and adults alike to question the impact of climate change on our environment.
With ideas and activities which reinforce the story this is a book which will inspire children to make changes to the world around them. There is a huge growing national and international consciousness about climate change and it is important to teach children about this devastating global issue without overwhelming them or shocking them.
The Wild Tribe Heroes series of books guides young readers through the issues in a gentle and friendly way together with further information to inspire children to make changes to their own and their families lives. Sold over 40,000 books in the series in just 2 years ; No 1 bestselling books ; Personal letters of congratulations from Sir David Attenborough and Prince Charles ; All books are based on true stories which means that children are more connected to the issue. ; Featured in national media - BBC, ITV, Guardian, Huffington Post and Mail on Sunday ; Sold by WH Smiths, Waterstones, National Trust, RNLI, Surfers Against Sewage, #2MinuteBeachClean. ; Stocked by over 250 museums, national libraries, bookshops and gift shops, zero waste and farm shops and major tourist attractions such as The Eden Project and London & Chester Zoos ; Reached over 1.5 million children worldwide in schools ; Translated into 15 different languages so far
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