“We are so thrilled our latest book has been recognised by such a prestigious organisation such as CBCA”, Daniel said. The boys latest book, “Tears in the Jungle: Fight for Survival“, follows on from their best selling book, “Tears in the Jungle: A Children’s Adventure to Save the Orangutan“, which follows their journey to protect the critically endangered orangutan from extinction.
Both books have been self-published and printed in Australia and used as educational resources in hundreds of Australian schools, universities and even in China. A well-known Sydney based literary agent was quoted as saying, “It is one of the best self-published books I’ve seen”.
With orders flooding in from book sellers around Australia the boys are hoping their goal of reaching $1m to save the orangutan is well within sight.
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Taronga Zoo’s popular YATZ program (Youth At The Zoo) asked if the boys were available to come and present their quest to save the orangutan to the group. So Daniel and William went along to speak at their awards night at the new Taronga Centenary Theatre which is an amazing 180 degree indoor amphitheater.
A special Christmas Wish, made by a student of Maraylya Public School came true today when she met her Eco Heroes, Daniel and William Clarke, Authors of Fight for Survival.
After receiving a touching email from Gabriella’s mother about how much Daniel and William’s quest to save the orangutan had made an impact on her daughter and her class, she mentioned how the first item on Gabriella’s Christmas Wish List was to one day meet Daniel and William.
Cambrai Middle Primary school, South Australia, held lemonade stands to help raise funds for the critically endangered orangutan.
Katherine deRavin, teacher at Cambrai Middle Primary school has been in contact with Daniel and William for quite a while and been an avid supporter of the boys efforts to help save the orangutan of Borneo and Sumatra. Continue reading →
The Librarian of Abbotsford Public School, Mrs Beth Hudson, invited Daniel and William to speak about their quest to save the critically endangered orangutans of Borneo and Sumatra to all of the students.
After reading the boys latest book, Fight for Survival, the school has been learning about orangutans, palm oil and deforestation so the students were extremely excited to hear the boys school talk, first-hand, about their journey through the jungles of Borneo.
Order Daniel and William’s first best selling book “A Children’s Adventure to Save the Orangutan” as well as their latest book, “Fight for Survival” and get $5 off the regular price.
Don’t miss out on this inspiring story of two inspirational brothers on a quest to save the orangutan from extinction. So far they have raised $845,000 and hope their latest book, ‘Fight for Survival’ will help them reach their $1m target.
Their latest book, ‘Fight for Survival’ also includes QR Codes bringing a new level of realism to readers allowing them to watch videos taken on the boys journey while in Borneo. “We thought this would make the reading experience more engaging and allow readers to understand the issues facing the orangutan”, William said.
The long awaited release of Daniel and William’s second book, Fight for Survival is now available for pre-order. The boys are taking pre-orders up until the 31st October, 2018 at the reduced rate of $5 per book (Hard Cover only). Orders will be delivered by mail from the 1st November, 2018 onwards. Continue reading →
Daniel and William received the following letter from Mrs Mackey, a teacher at Marayla Public School, NSW;
It’s official, Maraylya Public School absolutely loves the book ‘Tears in the Jungle’ written by brothers Daniel and William Clarke. We are a rural school situated in the Hawkesbury district and are dedicated to stopping palm oil sourced unsustainably being used in our foods, which will help save the orangutans’ habitat in Indonesia. Mrs Mackey and class 2/3 have been reading the book ‘Tears in the Jungle’ as part of the English unit incorporating sustainability. The class was so inspired by this book that they wanted to do something to help Daniel and William save the orangutans.
Mrs Mackey and the children sourced popcorn with no palm oil in it and set about, through a project-based learning approach, putting together a presentation using a PowerPoint to present to the school P&C meeting to introduce this popcorn into our canteen. The children spoke passionately to the parents and also showed them Daniel and William’s video so they could help the parents understand the plight of the orangutans. The P&C that night unanimously voted to introduce the popcorn into the school canteen. The next day the popcorn was included on the school canteen menu and immediately sold out as the whole school got behind class 2/3’s initiative to help save the orangutans.Continue reading →
After seeing a show on ABC Television about a small school at Jerrys Plains and how they have embraced a love of reading and books, Daniel and William thought it would be great to pay them a visit and talk to them about their quest to save the orangutan as well as donate some books for their book club. With only 42 kids at the school ranging from Years 1 to 6, the boys took the day off from their university studies to travel the 200km to present their quest to save the orangutan to the kids at Jerrys Plains Public School.
Food manufacturers are still allowed to label palm oil as “vegetable oil” on their labels. This means YOU won’t realise you could be consuming food containing palm oil (labelled as vegetable oil) which is contributing to the deaths of over 1,000 orangutans a year as their habitat, and that of Sumatran Elephants and Tigers is destroyed through unsustainable palm oil production. Continue reading →