The Junglies and the last Banana by Francois Keyser

A story that teaches the importance of conserving earth's resources.

The junglies and the last banana

“The Junglies” are a series of children’s books each of which tells a unique story about the adventures of five jungle animals.

In this episode of "The Junglies" series, the earth has no more bananas left. There is one way to create more real bananas. Astronauts left a banana plant on the moon when they landed on it.

Kiki agrees to fetch it but when he gets to the moon he meets aliens looking to take over earth for it's food and water because their planet has run out of food and water.

Will Kiki be able to help humanity avoid this disaster and bring back the last banana?

Francois was inspired by his eldest daughter to write “The Junglies” series of children’s books.

The story of this book intends to highlight to young readers that we need to appreciate and conserve earth's resources and use them sparingly in order to ensure that they do not run out and that there are resources for future generations.

Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Animals / Jungle Animals

Secondary Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Animals / General

Language: English

Keywords: conservation, endangered, species, banana, moon, aliens, children, book, space

Word Count: 1000 approx.

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Sample text:

THE JUNGLIES AND THE LAST BANANA

Front Cover

The Junglies and the Last Banana

Illustrated by: Agassi Tjong

Page 1

THIS BOOK BELONGS TO (must be translated)

Copyright Page:

The Junglies and the Last Banana by Francois Keyser

© 2015 by Francois Keyser. All rights reserved.

No part of this book may be reproduced in any written, electronic, recording, or photocopying form without written permission of the author, Francois Keyser.

Published by: Francois Keyser, 54 Seetuin Road, Wavecrest, Jeffreys Bay, 6330, Eastern Cape, South Africa

Book Layout by: Agassi Tjong, Bali, Indonesia

Cover Design by: Agassi Tjong, Bali, Indonesia

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Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

LanguageStatus
Afrikaans
Already translated. Translated by Francois Keyser
Dutch
Already translated. Translated by Debbie Verschueren
Author review:
Debbie is professional and completes all translations within the agreed timeframes. She is easy to communicate with and delivers work of a high standard. I recommend Debbie for any translation from English to Dutch.
French
Already translated. Translated by Caroline Orliac
Author review:
Caroline is professional and easy to communicate with. She delivers translations of a high standard and completes the translations within the agreed timeframes. I recommend Caroline for any translation from English to French.
German
Already translated. Translated by Rahayu Candradewi
Author review:
Candra is professional and easy to communicate with. She always completes translations on time and delivers work of a high standard. Candra also assists with promoting the translated work as far as possible. I recommend Candra for any translation from English to German.
Italian
Already translated. Translated by Alexander Powell
Author review:
Alexander is professional and easy to communicate with. He always completes the translations within the agreed timeframe and his work is of a very high standard. I recommend Alexander for any translation from English to Italian.
Portuguese
Already translated. Translated by Gilson Cardoso de Arruda
Author review:
Thank you to Gilson for doing an excellent job on the translation. Gilson completed the translation within the time frame and is a pleasure to work with. I recommend Gilson for translation from English to Portuguese.
Spanish
Already translated. Translated by Sandra Cifuentes Dowling
Author review:
Sandra is very professional and always completes the translations within the agreed timeframe. Sandra is easy to communicate with and delivers translations of a very high standard. I recommend Sandra for any translation from English to Spanish.

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