Trees are all around us. Not only do they provide us with wood for products such as tissues, toilet paper, and houses, they also play an amazing role in sequestering and storing carbon from the atmosphere while also releasing oxygen as they grow.
"When Jessie the kelpie takes off after a fox during a Sunday picnic, Lucy, Jack and Forester Courtney quickly follow. Will they find Jessie before the sun goes down?"
This is the twelfth book in the George the Farmer series. At 32 pages in length with 14 full-page, colour illustrations, it's the perfect, fun way to teach kids about sustainable tree plantations and all of the products that we get to enjoy from this wonderous fibre such as houses, fences, toilet paper and tissues.
Printed in South Australia on paper from well-managed forests using environmentally friendly vegetable-based inks.
Profits from the sale of this book are used to create freely available curriculum-aligned educational resources for teachers to use in the classroom to educate children about farming where food comes from.