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Publisher Description

A gentle, wise and old tree encourages a Sugar Glider to look for a new home before the mining comes. Scared and alone, the Sugar Glider starts looking for a new home, despite the fact it is daytime. The tree helps other animals too: A Rhinoceros Beetle climbs its branches and is blown away, far away from the mine site. A Cassowary, a flightless bird that is native to the tropical rainforests of North Eastern Australia, is also featured as a loyal friend to the tree.

 

The tree rustled its leaves thoughtfully. "Once, a long time ago when I was much smaller, another mine threatened us. Some caring humans chained themselves to my mother tree and they save the forest. Perhaps they will help us again."

 

Written as a protest against a proposed $1.2 billion bauxsite mine near the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve at the Cape York Peninsula, this chidren's book has eighteen vibrant illustrations of the rainforest and its animals.

GENRE
Kids
RELEASED
2018
October 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
32
Pages
PUBLISHER
Woodslane Press
SELLER
Ebook Alchemy Pty Ltd
SIZE
5.4
MB