A True Story About Global Problem Of Climate Change
Hunter's Icy Adventure sends you on a journey with Hunter the Polar Bear as he lives happily in his frozen Arctic home. Yet as the ice starts to melt he finds himself in a tricky situation. As help comes from high above him, Hunter is in a race against time to get back to the ice.
Hunter’s Icy Adventure is the fifth book in the highly acclaimed number one best selling Wild Tribe Heroes series. This engaging story about the global problem of climate change highlights to children the relationship between humans and wildlife and the dangers animals face in their own natural habitats. Stunning artwork captures the imagination of young readers and brings to life a very real threat to our oceans.
Hunter’s Icy Adventure 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, Hunter’s Icy Adventure is a book which will inspire children to make changes to the world around them.
Why We Love Them
The Wild Tribe Heroes books are a little different from your normal children’s book! Not only are they great children’s books in their own right but there is also a powerful message behind each story passed on in a gentle way. Children and adults alike will love these books and feel inspired to make positive changes to their own lives and their communities.
Hunter's Icy Adventure is an important story with a happy ending that will captivate young readers!
This beautifully illustrated book would make an ideal children's gift.
Ellie Jackson is a mother of four young children who has written a series of books to help educate children about the impact of plastics on ocean ecosystems.
Ellie lives by the sea in Looe, Cornwall, and wrote her first book after living on Magnetic Island in the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, during which time, she and her young family saw a turtle called Duffy being released back into the ocean after a year of treatment for ingesting plastic. “My children and I were transfixed by the sight of this beautiful creature being set free, and subsequently visited a turtle hospital on the mainland to find out more. Once my children had made the link between plastics and turtles they were inspired to pick up litter from beaches so that they could help protect turtles and other sea life.”
In this way, Ellie, an environmental scientist who taught geography for six years, conceived her idea to use children’s books as a way of educating young people about the threat to sea life of our dependence on plastic.
We are teaching our 5 year old about sustainability and he has been really interested in wildlife. These books have been great for his young mind to understand. Really recommend the book series.