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Ecologist

"What is the best way to introduce children to the concept of climate change?" Rachel Clode talks to Rebecca Mørch about a book that has sparked an environmental education project
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Primary Science

"This title really jumps out at you, but this is more than just a book."
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The Teacher

"Take action on ice caps."
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The Geographical Association magazine

"Who will save us? - This is the title of a delightfully illustrated book which explains from the penguins point of view how climate change will affect us all."
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Primary Science - (article 2)

"The Earth Does Not Belong To Us; We Belong To The Earth."
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Resurgence

"Turn The Lights Off For The Penguins"
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Green Christian - (Christian Ecology Link)

"Who Will Save Us? - Rebecca Mørch's response to the challenge of this most urgent task was to write a book…"
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Education Otherwise magazine

"This is a book with a very serious message."
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London Cyclist

Flip and Flap, Waddle, Splash and Littlest are penguins who discover…
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Statements from the cover of the book:

"A delightfully illustrated book which explains simply the issue of climate change
and how children can be part of the solution.”  WWF-UK

"A beautifully composed and illustrated book that will inspire children and adults alike. A real example of how to explore what it means to be an active Global Citizen." Oxfam

"This beautifully illustrated book uses well-loved familiar creatures to convey a complicated and difficult message. We are leaving children with the legacy of a carbon-constrained world, this book will help their understanding of the issues and hopefully, also get adults thinking about ways of reducing their impact on the environment and the penguins.”  Sustrans

“This book informs children of the great threat facing the planet, but more importantly it shows that together we have the ability to confront that threat and overcome it. Dealing with such a serious and potentially frightening issue in such a positive and empowering way is an impressive achievement.”  Greenpeace

“Original and delightful.”  Friends of The Earth

"This is an engaging book that introduces young children (and probably some older readers too) to the complex issues associated with climate change in an enchanting, accessible way. Most importantly, it has a hopeful, upbeat ending with plenty of ideas for realistic individual actions." The Wildlife Trusts

“A magical book that will inspire both children and parents to help stop climate chaos.” I Count


 
Written, illustrated, published and marketed independently by Rebecca Mørch and family