Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Storybooks

All our storybooks are based on environmental topics and are prepared in a child appropriate way. Many colorful illustrations of nature, animals and rural life trigger the curiosity of young readers and also make reading fun for their parents.

SCW storybooks cost 5,- USD each. Buy any 3 for 12 USD.
The Coloring Book costs 3.50 USD

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Touching The Clouds - A Bokor Story

Follow Sovanarra and her grandfather on their quest to touch the clouds at the top of Bokor Mountain. A friendly hornbill guides them on their way and shares his knowledge of the forest and its animals. Detailed illustrations, a wildlife quiz and fun activities throughout the book encourage children to read and learn and make this book one of our reader’s favorite.

Language: English and Khmer

Produced 2002 in cooperation with The British Embassy, USAid, DED and The Asia Foundation, supported by the Cambodian Ministry of Education and Ministry of Environment Department of Conservation and Protection.

 

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Samnang and The Giant Catfish

Join a Giant Mekong Catfish on its extensive migratory journey and become part of its encounters with a small boy, named Samnang. Learn how the importance of fisheries in Cambodia is linked to clean waterways and sustainability and discover 23 native Cambodian fish in a short overview with many interesting facts. Children love this book for its charming and colorful illustrations and fascinating story.

Language: English and Khmer

Produced 2002 in cooperation with The Asia Foundation, The British Embassy, AusAID and USAid, supported by the Cambodian Ministry of Education and Ministry of Fishery.

 

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Let’s Color in Cambodia’s Wildlife

Sharpen your color pencils and help the beautiful drawings in this book come to life. Fun facts about different species encourage young children to learn more about wildlife and its conservation.

Language: Khmer

Produced 2002 in cooperation with USAid, The British Embassy and The Asia Foundation, supported by the Cambodian Ministry of Education and Ministry of Forestry.

 

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Tiger! Tiger! Why Do You Hide?

Did you know that a fully grown Indo-Chinese Tiger can be 3 meters long from nose to tail and weigh up to 200 kilograms? Or that every tiger has a different marking from white to black with thin to big stripes? Learn many more interesting facts about these beautiful animals and what you can to save them from extinction.

Language: English and Khmer

Produced 2002 in cooperation with USAid, The British Embassy, WWF and The Asia Foundation, supported by the Cambodian Ministry of Education and Ministry of Forestry.

 

walkforestA Walk Through The Forest

This traditional Cambodian tale tells the story of a young monk on his 8 day journey across the country. Join him to learn about the diversity of the forest and wildlife in Cambodia. Beautiful illustrations and short descriptions of 24 Cambodian native wild animals make learning easy and fun.

This book also features a teachers’ or parents’ guide with many stimulating games and activities for children. You will also find easy and practical hints on what every single one of us can do to protect the environment and wildlife.

Language: English and Khmer

Produced 2001 in cooperation with USAid, Danida, The Asia Foundation and MobiTel.

 

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The Little White Elephant

Meet Sovan and Sreymom as they discover the myth of a Khmer legend. Follow their journey with  The Little White Elephant across Cambodia and learn many interesting facts about these wonderful animals on the way. For example, did you know that elephants are the biggest land animals in the world and that they need to eat up to 200kg of food every day? That’s about 4,000 bowls of rice. Unfortunately, there are only about 200 elephants left in Cambodia. By sharing our knowledge we can contribute to their survival.

Language: English and Khmer

Produced 2002 in cooperation with AusAid, US Fish & Wildlife Service, USAid, The British Embassy, Fauna & Flora International and The Asia Foundation, supported by the Cambodian Ministry of Education and Ministry of Forestry.

 

hearmysongWill You Hear My Song?

This story is about a baby Gibbon in the Cardamom Mountains, who is captured by poachers, which are illegal wildlife hunters. But luckily the Gibbon is saved by kind humans and released into a sanctuary. This moving storybook with many beautiful illustrations educates children about the everyday life of Gibbons and presents 11 Cambodian native primates in an overview to raise awareness on the protection of these fascinating animals.

Language: English and Khmer

Produced 2001 in cooperation with USAid, US Fish & Wildlilfe Service and The Asia Foundation, supported by the Cambodian Ministry of Education and Ministry of Forestry.

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