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Join the adventures of Seb and Polly Planet in this highly acclaimed and beautifully illustrated chapter book. Created to empower kids (and grown-ups!) to PALL: Plastic A Lot Less.

Since Blue Planet Two, the problem of plastic pollution has made dramatic headlines. Solving this daunting problem can feel overwhelming, even to adults.

Through the magical adventures of daring Seb, children learn about the effects of plastic pollution and, more importantly, are enlightened as to the simple and practical ideas on how they (and their carers) can help prevent it.

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In this fun-filled book our strong, compassionate, female superhero Polly (plus narwhals, albatrosses and a leatherback turtle!) opens Seb’s eyes to the challenges facing the ocean from plastic pollution, and teaches her ways on how to overcome them. With Polly’s guidance, Seb learns the ultimate truth: that her actions really do make a difference to the world.

 

Reviews

Seb and Polly Planet on their Ocean Quest has already received rave reviews …

Children, organisations, and educators love it!

Seb and Polly Planet is beautiful tale of the planet, plastic, empowerment and how positive environmental action gives hope to us all, and for the future of Planet Ocean

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When everything seems to be going against you, remember that the airplane takes off against the wind, not with it.

When everything seems to be going against you, remember that the airplane takes off against the wind, not with it.

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“A funny, heart-warming book ... it shows children (and their parents and teachers!) how they can save marine wildlife by making different everyday choices to stem the flow of plastic pollution going into the sea. I  (2).png