How did Rollo meet his mother?

(9 customer reviews)

$21.95

Author:  Bonnie Misha Sleep, Illustrated by: Hayden James Bone.

Overview: Legertha is a hard working Leatherback Turtle mother who lays her eggs regularly on the same safe beach, in the same safe bay on the same safe part of the Great Barrier Reef every year.  Turtle mothers lay many eggs but sadly only a few hatchlings survive as they scurry to the ocean because predators pick them off one by one. They also get eaten by fish and large sea birds once they get to the ocean, so only very few survive. The other sad thing is that mothers never meet their babies, but in this story Legertha does meet her brave, fast-moving hatchling Rollo.

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In this story the creatures of the safe bay on the Reef decide to take some unusual action to help Legertha and the hatchlings . It’s a wonderfully inspiring story of courage and leadership.

For Ages:                 3 – 6 years old

Audience:                 Children

ISBN:                       978-0-9944845-0-5

Format:                   Hardcover

Edition Number:        1st

Languages:               English

Number of Pages:      30

Brand:                        Sasha and Friends

SKU: BOOK-ROLLO-1941 Categories: , Tags: ,

Description

  • A Premium hard cover  book suitable for ages 3-6
  • Bonus 4 “Sasha & Friends” Collector cards in each book which include Educational Fun Facts
  • Beautiful captivating Illustrations and story which is set amongst Australias Great Barrier Reef

Additional information

Weight500 g
Dimensions21 × 21 × 2 cm

9 reviews for How did Rollo meet his mother?

  1. Phillipa Edwards

    I’m envious of your creativity! I’ll buy your whole series and hope some will rub off on my and my kids.

  2. Joanna Jones

    Really nice story and I must say, the addition of the Collector Cards and the little quiz are really great. Well worth the money! Great quality book

  3. Suzanne Ellis

    I simply love reading this story to all my 3 kids. Big thumbs up 👍

  4. Sandra Fawkes

    I love the environmental message within the story. Should be more stories like this! I’ll certainly recommend this to others. Sandra Fawkes

  5. Elle Phillips

    I love this story and my children love that it all ends happily. Elle P. Brisbane

  6. Jonathan

    Yes we need to look after these guys, their numbers are dwindling. Well done to create awareness because this is what we need in order to help them endure. Great product

  7. Stella Dawson.

    Love the name Rollo. Such a little hero that children can relate to. Well done.

  8. George Baden

    Really nice story, Little Rollo is super cute

  9. Thierry Allongo

    Great little story with a great ending. Excellent quality as well. 5 stars

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