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LET’S CHAT ABOUT THE STORY ~ IDEAS FOR TALKING WITH KIDS

Co-operation, Community

1. How do the sea creatures work together to save themselves and others from the plastic bags?

2. Why do the sea creatures tear the bags up in the story? What would you have done?

3. Why do you think people sometimes work together to make things better for everyone?

Environment

1. How do you think you could prevent plastic from ending up in our oceans?

Short Story for Kids written by Andrea Kaczmarek

Illustrations by Nicola Anne Botha

Music video and sound effects from zapsplat.com, “Frozen Star” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0, License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Childrens Illustrator Nicola Anne Botha
About the Illustrator:

After spending 14 years in the hospitality industry, I was afforded the special opportunity to stay home with my two beautiful young sons to help focus on their schooling and development. During this time, I was delighted and privileged to also rediscover my love for the arts. I have been taking the opportunity to refine my skill set, learn some new skills and pick up on current technology which serves the artistic community. Few people ever have the privilege of making their passion their pursuit as well and making a career of it, but I am finally in a position to attempt to do just that. With the support of my family, I am enjoying every moment I spend creating my treasured illustrations and showing my sons what is possible when passion meets perseverance.

You can follow Nicola’s work at her Instagram account @nicolaanneillustrates