We all want to leave our kids a better world than the one we were born into.
But how do you go about making that happen?
Cyril's Kindness Crew: Ending Poverty, Feeding the World! is a fun and engaging children's book series that helps children ages 6-12 learn about sustainable development goals. The series also inspires them to make calls for action to contribute to their communities and society and to hold adults and their governments accountable to delivering on the same mission.
Cyril, a clever squirrel and professor, uses his books to introduce his students to two Sustainable Development Goals. The first book focuses on the concept of sustainable development and the first two goals:
with the help of his expert friends. Cyril then prompts both his students and readers to consider what actions they can take to contribute towards achieving these goals.
The books are suitable for reading at home or using in schools as part of lessons on sustainable development topics. They're easy enough for young children but engaging enough for older children and teenagers too!
Alia listened with a lot of interest; it is so good for a 7-year-old. When I asked her what the book was about, she said: “it’s about keeping people safe and helping them lead a better life”. She loved Reginald and the kitty driving the food truck at the end.
This book is fun, educative, and entertaining for children. It's a book that teaches about sustainability and poverty concepts through beautiful graphics and illustrations. I highly recommend this book!
Great book. With wonderful illustrations, it introduces a heavy topic in an easy to understand, and funny way. Great resource for parents and educators. I can highly recommend it.
Sustainability is an integral part of our lives, and children's, too. Somehow I feel this topic is neglected for younger ones. This book is an excellent source in an easy-to-understand format with fun illustrations! Kids love it!
Children are hungry for this type of material today. Young kids seem to be really tuned into the issues treated in the book and I hope this is the first of many books written for them that speak to social and environmental issues. Keep up the good work. The characters and illustrations bring the topics to life.
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