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Summary

This book has many features that can teach children how to orangutans and the jungles of the world:

1. Story:

James and his little sister Joy were enjoying their holiday at an exotic malaysian resort. After snorkelling on the reef, the children meet a little orangutan on the beach. Will James and Joy be able to help their new friend Mango, find his mother?

2. Messages:

Many messages are provided to help the orangutans and jungles of the world. Heartfelt thanks to to the Orangutan Project, Australia for assisting with factual information in this book.

3. Age Range:

By educating 6 to 12 year old children through these stories, it will deepen their understanding of people, various cultures, animals and the environment. Together we can make a difference!

Published: Natalie Clarke on
ISBN: 9780987325280
List price: $2.99
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Title

Copyright

Acknowledgements

Dedication

The Story

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Messages

Orangutans can teach you about living

Discover more about orangutans

Consider what would impact orangutans

Websites to Visit

About the Author

Eco Children’s Stories

Written and Illustrated

by Natalie Clarke

For more information about this series of Eco Children’s Stories visit:

www.lifecleansing.net

Orangutan of the Jungle

Published by Natalie Clarke at Smashwords

Copyright © 2013 Natalie Clarke

In September 2008, I was sent a toy orangutan in the mail from an organization that helps save orangutans from extinction. When I received this wonderful toy, I placed it on a hook near my kitchen. At the time, I had