The Adventures of Pili’s mission is to create books and educational products that increase children’s awareness of global environmental issues and foster multilingual literacy.
With each purchase of our The Adventures of Pili charity bracelets, a children’s book will be donated to a child in remote communities with a special emphasis in Latin America AND a tree will be planted in Colombia in areas in need of reforestation, with local emblematic species, such as Palma de Cera, Colombia’s national tree.
The Adventures of Pili's core message is environmental conservation and sustainability, tackling the concepts of cultural diversity and empowerment, global readiness and peace, entrepreneurship and climate change.
In this blog we wanted to share with our Wildtribe two of the most famous The Adventures of Pili multilingual children books.
The Adventures of Pili in Colombia
In this brilliantly illustrated book, Pili joins her friend Ánugwe in a quest to find out why the birds of the world are losing their colors. This exciting adventure takes the two friends through magical places across one the most biodiverse countries in the world, Colombia. The mission seems simple at first, but as they search for a tiny and almost extinct hummingbird, they realize the problem is on a bigger scale: climate change and deforestation are putting the birds in danger. This story is about friendship and leadership, motivation and resilience, a changing planet and embracing sustainability. Can Pili and Ánugwe bring back the birds’ colors?
Hand-in-hand with Pili, the reader discovers the adventures of a little girl who travels the world with her dad, National Geographic Certified Educator, National Geographic Expeditions photographer & Safina Center fellow Kike Calvo.
The Adventures of Pili in New York
Hand-in-hand with Pili, the reader discover the adventures of a little girl who travels the world with her dad, National Geographic Image Collection photographer Kike Calvo. In this brilliantly illustrated book, Pili, the Little Explorer, follows her dreams all the way from New York City to the Colombian rainforest.
The core message of this Little Explorer, Big World series is environmental conservation and sustainability. It tackles the concepts of cultural diversity and empowerment, global readiness and peace, entrepreneurship and climate change.
Show your support by purchasing our Wild In Africa The Adventures of Pili bracelet made of gorgeous Green Jasper and Yellow Jade beads accompanied by a monstera leaf charm! 💚💛
50% of the purchase price of these charity bracelets is donated to The Adventures of Pili.
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