Captain Polo and his adventures
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'The Adventures of Captain Polo' tells the story of a young polar bear who finds himself on an epic adventure discovering the causes, effects and actions to fight climate change around the world.
I created this comic because I found that much of the available information on climate change was overwhelming and confusing.
Thanks to extensive research and the technical review of climate change professionals from both the development and environmental sectors, this comic presents a comprehensive global overview of climate change science, practice and policy, framed within a rollicking adventure that is both entertaining and informative.
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The Adventures of Polo the Bear: The Climate Change Comic provides a unique, fun and educational way to learn about climate change and our human responsibility.
Tanis Elliott, Montessori English Guide, Cosmic Education Educator and Concerned World Citizen
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Captain Polo and his friend Penguin have been invited to a fancy dress Halloween party up at the old haunted mansion.
What will they go dressed up as? And what will they find when they get to the party?!
This is a humorous picture book for kids aged 6 to 8, and it contains a positive message about making your own fancy dress costumes rather than buying them.
This updated edition features a new section containing FOUR PRACTICAL ACTIONS that everyone can start making to become leaders towards a healthier environment and a better future.
With it's festive storyline and important message, this picture book for 6 - 8 year olds makes a perfect Christmas present at a time when caring about our planet has never been more important.
Through humour and positive, actionable messages this interactive book bursting with fun and games helps children, their parents and teachers meaningfully engage with the climate crisis affecting the planet while at the same time offering positive messages and practical, everyday actions that entire families and classrooms can truly own and implement.