The second book in the series is a thrilling story about a girl and the endangered Bengal Tiger. What is the connection between little Veera and the mysterious tiger, Tala? This chance encounter will forever change Veera’s understanding of courage. Learn some terrific tiger facts, too!
Tala the Bengal Tiger
Tala the Bengal Tiger is the second book in the Together We Can Change the World series. A series of seven stories, covering seven continents, with seven important virtues: Love, Courage, Compassion, Respect, Kindness, Integrity, and Gratitude. Each book highlights a fundamental core value, whilst simultaneously encouraging children’s responsibility towards Planet Earth. The books’ protagonists are endangered or threatened species from each continent.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
‘How we nurture the world around us directly impacts the world within us!’ Beverly Jatwani’s deeply spiritual upbringing in India was rooted in outdoor play: muddy knees and climbing trees is best how she describes her childhood. It is with these precious memories in mind, armed with the life lessons that she learned whilst being a mum to three spirited children, that inspired her to co-found the Middle East’s first green and profit over purpose children’s nursery. Having witnessed how children engage with nature, Beverly was inspired to write a series of children’s books that capture the innate love and affinity that children have with Mother Earth. Through these seven beautifully illustrated and tenderly written books, Beverly takes children on their own journey to discover how even little people can make a positive impact on our planet.
ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR
Sunita Chawdhary is a British-Indian illustrator and doctor in London and Oxford. She studied art and design at Central Saint Martins, having completed the art and anatomy course at the Ruskin School of Art and a Foundation Course in Art Therapy. Sunita draws on her experience of growing up in Asia, America, and Europe to create vibrant, multicultural worlds filled with diverse characters and stories. Sunita was shortlisted for the Penguin Random House WriteNow mentorship programme in 2018 and commended for the Faber Andlyn BAME (FAB) prize in 2019.