Tiger Learns to Recycle
Elisenda Castells, Frank Endersby
- 36 Pages
- July 20, 2021
- ISBN: 9781510761261
- Trim Size: 10in x 10in
A cute story where a tiger learns about the importance of recycling!
An afternoon playing games at Tiger’s house is a great way to have fun. After eating their snacks, they should all clean up the packaging and food remains. But, when the time comes to do this, Tiger doesn’t know that he shouldn’t put all the garbage into only one bag. So his friends Elephant, Crocodile, and Orangutan tell him all about recycling and practice doing it with him. Will Tiger listen to his friends’ explanations? Will he learn how to recycle?
Fun facts about growing is a series of children´s books. Setting out the facts in a fun and entertaining way and accompanied by beautifully drawn and dynamic images, this collection handles topics like: losing your baby teeth, fear of the water, recycling and the excuses kids give when it´s time to go to bed. Children will love this series and it will give adults help and tools for explaining and teaching kids about a whole range of different daily situations.
Elisenda Castells was born in Barcelona in 1966. She has enjoyed reading and books since she was very young. She studied Education, and when she worked as a teacher, she would teacher her students how to enjoy books and writing. Now she’s no longer a teacher, but she is still involved in books and writing because they have become her profession.
Frank Endersby has enjoyed drawing and painting from a very young age. After leaving art school, he worked in an Art Studio as an illustrator. He then set up his own studio, initially illustrating games, board books and jigsaw puzzles. He has experimented with many forms of art, from designing greeting cards to designing china patterns to illustrating preschool board books.