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THE SECRET IS OUT. CHILD SAVES HIS FAMILY FROM GLOBAL WARMING.
Tpprince esquire international publishes new children’s book series on environmental problems and solutions.
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THE SECRET IS OUT. CHILD SAVES HIS FAMILY FROM GLOBAL WARMING.
Tpprince esquire international publishes new children’s book series on environmental problems and solutions

Froideville, Switzerland (April 1, 2008.)—Tpprince Esquire International publishes Bemba’s Secret Garden, full color picture book for children and adults, about environmental disaster and a child hero who saves his family from destruction. This is the first of a series of books to be released by the non-profit international publishing effort. The idea originated at The United Nations Environmental Program in Geneva in 2003 and passed on to Daniel Sekarski and tpprince esquire international who decided to take up the challenging task of educating the young population through entertaining books focusing on the environment and family survival.

The non profit organization is presently offering publications through a print on demand printing organization, but plans to print, warehouse and distribute the publications through a mainstream printing and distribution channel that will lower the cost to consumers and non-profit organizations.
“Distribution, warehousing and marketing can easily double the cost of the publications at the consumer level. We hope to cut these costs so that we can offer more free copies to children and organizations that can not afford to pay for the books themselves,” said Dan Sekarski of tpprince esquire international. “Our object is to reach as many children and parents as we can. We also like to give young artist an outlet for their talents and dreams in exchange for their time and effort.”

The two publications that have been released by tpprince esquire, Bemba’s Secret Garden and Four Part Harmony, have been well received by a small test market.
“The illustrations are cute, and the main storyline is a good one—it conveys the point that smaller can be better, and that sometimes patience is needed to see the positive effects of one’s work. I like the way this is played out with the two gardens, and with the father learning from the son, when it’s usually the other way around. It’s empowering for kids to realize that sometimes they can teach their elders lessons, too. I sympathized with Bemba when he was feeling insulted and alone, which means the author has created a likeable main character.” Quote from Commentary Sheet from Writer’s Digest children’s book competition.

“My grand daughter loved the story of the race in Harmony. She also loved the illustrations of Rebeca Martìn, who is from Venezuela.” Writer Helena Araujo Albrecht, of Columbia residing in Geneva.

“Extraordinary children’s book, Interesting history and very beautiful illustrations. Pure poetry. Congratulations.”Patrick Loosli, Lulu Reviewer. 13 Feb. 2008.

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