Jo Bonobo lost his tree house
  • Jo Bonobo lost his tree house
  • Jo Bonobo lost his tree house
  • Jo Bonobo lost his tree house
  • Jo Bonobo lost his tree house

Jo Bonobo lost his tree house

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A children's story that tackles the problem of deforestation and the significant reduction of our forests and jungles, greatly harming the great apes. An excellent educational tool to teach children to protect the planet, as well as the importance of reusing and recycling paper and cardboard.

It also offers the advantage of being a trilingual edition (English, Spanish and French) and it belongs to a more extensive collection about the protection of nature.

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  • An educational tale about forest and jungle protection through the reduction, reuse and recycling of the products that come from these trees.
  • Jo Bonobo is playing pirates in the forest with his friend, when suddenly they begin to hear strange sounds and the ground starts to shake. They climb up to the highest point and they see that the trees are falling over and they wonder, have they awoken the monsters of the forest?
  • At the end of the story there is a chapter dedicated to parents, to help them to delve into each title's themes: the causes and consequences of deforestation, the classification of waste and recycling, as well as the classification of the great apes. This story was written in collaboration with P-WAC (The Project for Wildlife and Apes Conservation in Congo).
  • Jo Bonobo, Prisca Orca and their friends – A series of books that teach children to love the planet whilst having fun.
  • Each book has been printed in 3 languages: English, French and Spanish.
  • Supported by parents, teachers and the members of various associations. In October 2016, the Jarvin Crew successfully launched their project with the crowdfunding from the platform Kickstarter. In December of the same year, the project won the "Audience Prize" at the "Dare Awards" Gala, organised by the HEC Paris School of Business and the L'Oreal Group. It also won the Prema Gyan Good 100 medal at the Good Festival in Lausanne (Switzerland) in October 2017.
  • Target audience: children 4-8 years of age, whilst also ideal for older children who are looking to learn a new language.
  • Hardcover with glossy paper inside.
  • Editor: Jarvin Crew


  • 17cm x 17cm x 1cm.
  • 48 pages.
  • Weight: 220g.

Printed in France by Book Spirit on PEFC paper with vegetable based ink. PEFC -Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification, the world's largest forest certification system. A registered trademark of Imprimerie Chirat and labelled Imprim'Vert.

Jarvin Crew