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What would happen if there were no more bananas on Earth?
In 'The Junglies and the Last Banana,' the world has run out of bananas and everyone is faced with the less than appealing alternative of eating fake bananas. There is hope though.
A banana tree was left on the moon by astronauts years ago. If someone fetches it and brings it back to Earth, real bananas can be grown again on Earth.
Kiki the monkey and Abbit the rabbit volunteer for the mission. When they land on the moon, Kiki meets aliens who are looking for Earth. Their planet has run out of resources and they want to take over Earth so they can have its resources for their planet.
Will Kiki be able to mislead the aliens and save Earth? Will they make it back safely so people on Earth can have real bananas again?
This book in the 'Junglies' series of children's books introduces children to the topic of conservation. Mankind needs to conserve the Earth's resources to ensure that Earth remains habitable for future generations and we do not have to look for another planet like the aliens.
All the Junglies stories can be used to introduce children to the topis of endangered species and unity in diversity as well.