The fifth book in the Wild Tribe Heroes series is a true story about the global problem of climate change. Hunter’s Icy Adventure is the engaging story of the relationship between the actions of humans and wildlife and the dangers they face in their own natural habitats. Hunter the Polar Bear 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 perfect as a bedtime story or to share with your school or preschool. It is an exciting story based on the true events after a polar bear drifted towards land on a melting iceberg and became trapped on a rocky cliff
Written by Ellie Jackson, a Cornish based bestselling environmental children’s author and has written a series of children's picture books which highlight the problems of plastic in our oceans.
The Wild Tribe Heroes series of books guides young readers through the issues in a gentle and friendly way together with further information to inspire children to make changes to their own and their families lives such as going plastic free.
There are five Wild Tribe Heroes books in total - Hunter's Icy Adventure, Buddy's Rainforest Rescue, Duffy's Lucky Escape, Marli's Tangled Tale and Nelson's Dangerous Dive.
Why choose this book ?
- Help children to understand the link between our actions and wildlife Explains what climate change
- Perfect for a bedtime story and to share with your school
- Great for parents, grandparents, preschool and primary school
- But this book teaches children about more than the dangers. It also helps them understand the importance of looking after our environment, and how they can help all in a fun and friendly way, with ideas and activities which reinforce the story's message that this is a planet for all and that we can all help protect it.
We also have copies of Ellie Jackson other Wild Tribe Heroes Range of Children's books
Hunter's Icy Adventure Children's Book - Ellie Jackson
The Wild Tribe Heroes books have received personal letters of congratulations from Sir David Attenborough and Prince Charles who are both extremely concerned about the issue of ocean plastics and are doing everything they can to help raise awareness. The books have been featured on the BBC, in The Guardian, Mail on Sunday and Huffington Post as well as numerous local newspapers, radio and TV and also featured in international podcasts, blogs and press.