A tiger cub wonders if he and his mother will ever be able to go home, when they discover that a town has been built where trees once stood.
Moby, the camper van sensing the tigers are in trouble brings the rest of the POWEs to the rescue. Together they decide to build a wildlife corridor, but when property developers scupper their plans they have to come up with a more ambitious way to get the tigers home.
Another awesome adventure in the POWEs series of children’s books where we discover the damage humans are inflicting upon the environment and the effect that has on the wildlife they share it with. A serious issue handled with a lot of fun as the POWEs use their imaginations to save the tigers.
20% of the profits from the sale of this book goes directly to Animal Works International, a not-for-profit association that raises funds for physical resources that animals and habitats need in order to survive (such as land, anti-poaching gear and camera traps).
Full Colour • 28cm by 21.6cm (11″ by 8.5″) • 32 pages • Ages 4 to 4 • Paperback
Publication Date: March 2019
Story by: Imogen Taylor
Illustrated by: Imogen Taylor
Published by: The POWEs