A story about how good citizenship and a little consideration can make our world a joyful place for all.
Sunnyville is the perfect place to live, until one day Rhino tosses a candy wrapper on the ground. "What?" he says. "It's only one." But soon, others start throwing their trash on the ground, too, and it begins to pile up. Giraffe doesn't want to look at the garbage, so he picks a flower from the park to brighten his home--but then everyone picks the flowers, and now there aren't any left. Soon things become messier, noisier, and grumpier. Can anyone save the day?
About the Author
Tracey Corderoy lives near Gloucester in the Cotswolds with her family and a host of lively pets. Once an elementary school teacher, Tracey is now an award-winning writer. She loves visiting schools, libraries and bookshops, bringing her stories to life with bright, engaging events, and inspiring children to want to be writers.
Tony Neal's passion for art has led to a blooming career in children's book illustration. He is currently living in the south Leicestershire countryside. When not working, he enjoys fishing, spicy food, and rocking out on his bass guitar in a local band.