A percentage of the profits from ‘The POWEs And The Lost Jungle’ goes to Animal Works International

Animal Works International was established in 2009 and works with partners around the world to conserve wildlife. They run their own fundraising drives for select wildlife projects.

Animal Works International raises funds for physical resources that animals and habitats need in order to survive. They purchase natural untainted land, rescue vehicles, veterinary supplies, anti-poaching gear, educational materials and research tools (like camera traps).

In addition to conserving wildlife, Animal Works International also carry out school visits (by me 🙂 ) to talk to children about our planet’s endangered wildlife and sustainability.

School visits that inspire

Orangutan Foundation International Australia, Panthera, Wildlife Trust of India, David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Save Vietnam’s Wildlife, the George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust and Save Vietnam’s Wildlife are some of the organisations that Animal Works International has partnered with.

Check out The POWEs And The Lost Jungle Set in the jungles of India, this creative story delivers a vital message about the effects of deforestation. A serious issue handled with a lot of fun as the POWEs use their imaginations to get the animals of the jungle home again.



A percentage of the profits from the sale of this book goes directly to Animal Works International.

To learn more about Animal Works please visit the Animal Works International website.