The Reggae Band Rescues Mama Edda Leatherback by Rupert Bent III, Rebecca Packer, Dr. Veronica Salter Jana Bent
(Reggae Pickney Series, Volume 2)

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Musical adventures continue with Shaggy Parrot and the Reggae Band when Mama Edda, the Leatherback Sea Turtle is struggling to get to land! She has to lay her eggs but she's in distress! Can the Reggae Band plan a rescue that works best? Join the reggae party in Jamaica's Calabash Bay! Read along, load the CD and then press play! This delightful CD Storybook gives children actual steps of how they can help protect the environment, respecting their power to do something to make a positive change in the world, teaching the importance of recycling, reducing and reusing waste, with tasks they can easily do. This high end, quality edutainment product is the first of its kind from the Caribbean, featuring the Jamaican culture, geography, language, lush environment and the ever popular, danceable reggae music by Producer Rupert Bent III, and the voice of Grammy winner, Shaggy. Children learn about the indigenous animals and sea creatures. An attractive, handy, free addressable carry case packaging makes it the ideal gift for a young child aged 0 -8 years. 1. A hardcover, fully illustrated, full color Storybook, with glossary, new words, facts and additional resources 2. Enclosed narration and reggae music CD featuring the voice of Grammy Winner, Shaggy 3. An attractive Carry Case with handle for children on the go 4. Endorsed by: United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP); Caribbean Environment Programme (CEP); Environmental Foundation of Jamaica (EFJ) - Funders 5. Endorsed by: The Wider Caribbean Sea Turtle Conservation Network (WIDECAST) - the Sea Turtle conservation authorities for the western hemisphere; and also Early Childhood Education authorities.

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Published January 1, 2011 by KQC Enterprises. 20 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Children are encouraged to clap and sing along, and all the while the EFJ manages to sneak in a pro-environmental message, encouraging readers to adhere to the old adage of “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.” The narrative is a good length, neither too long nor too short, and perfectly suitable for either ...

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