Planet Protectors! Special Launch Event

June 21, 2021

My new book is out!! Aimed at 7-9 year olds, and co-written with the brilliant comedian and BBC script writer, Paul KerensaPlanet Protectors: 52 ways to look after God’s world is jam-packed with interesting facts, Biblical bits and practical tips. It’s a funny, informative and empowering guide for children on looking after the world and all its inhabitants.

And this Saturday (June 26, 10.30-11.30am UK time) we have a short online launch event featuring CBeebies presenter Joanna Adeyinke-Burford. The event will include fun games and activities for all the family to enjoy. You’ll learn lots of exciting facts about the world around us and why it’s so important to take care of it, and get some top tips on how you can also be a Planet Protector.

It’ll be perfect for kids, grandkids, parents, grandparents, kids workers, schools workers…. If you’re in any of those categories or know someone who is, tell them about it and come along yourself!


Here’s more about the book from SPCK:

‘In a lively, entertaining style Ruth Valerio and Paul Kerensa offer 52 fantastic ideas for looking after the world – from cycling more and choosing fair-trade, to taking shorter showers and recycling. Children will love taking up a different challenge each week and be inspired to join the fight for the planet’s future as they learn about why it is so important to care for the environment and God’s creation.

With quirky illustrations perfect for colouring in throughout, Planet Protectors is an ideal book for 7- to 9-year-old children beginning to read independently. It is also a brilliant resource for parents and guardians to open up conversations with children about environmental sustainability, and for primary schools, Sunday schools and youth workers teaching about the environment.

Encourage and empower your children to see how they can make a difference and look after the world by becoming Planet Protectors.’


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