Into the Wild – Every drop counts Book
Every Drip and Drop counts takes our group of friends on a mission to find out why there rivers has dissapeared and what might be behind it. Most importantly, how will they fix it?
Our newest book “Into the Wild – Every Drip and drop counts” takes our group of friends on a mission to find out why the local river has disappeared and what might be behind it. Most importantly, how will they fix it!
Into the wild is a new series for kids 4-7 aimed at promoting wildlife, nature and STEM subjects. To entertain and to educate is the mantra of both authors Paul Wingfield and Maddie Cava-Beale.
“We felt there was a lack of reading on important current affairs globally aimed at young children. We also felt there was not a good representation of diverse characters, so we created the Into the Wild series.”
Our eco hero’s are all endangered animals. They use their specialist skills to work together to overcome a range of challenges. We have:
• Millie, our inquisitive elephant with a taste for science. She lives with her Mum, Dad, sister Mollie and her Dad’s assistance dog Mutt in the savanna.
• Raj, our Deaf Rhino who is the best builder of his generation and lives with his two Dads in the swampy rainforest.
• Tia, a creative artist’e sea turtle who knows a thing or two about finding the creative solution to everything. She lives in a beautiful sandcastle with her Mum in the tropical beaches.
• Oki, the orangutan healer who looks after the health and wellbeing of the group and lives in a treehouse with his Dad and brother Rimbo.
• Ila, our super strong amputee tiger who lives with her adopted lion parents in the beautiful hidden caves of the forest.
• Paolo, the parrot who explores every corner of the jungle and lives high up in the trees with his two Mums.
As well as a rhyming story on eco topics, we have included some fun elements. Hidden characters within the pages. Fun facts about certain endangered animals and facts related to the topics theme, as well as word searches and mazes. Kids will love the bright vivid colours and detailed environments and for younger audiences the rhyming language will be music to there ears. Let us know what they think…