Saving Seal: the plastic predicament

Diane Jackson Hill

Saving Seal: the plastic predicament
Museum Victoria Publishing
1 October 2021

Saving Seal: the plastic predicament

Diane Jackson Hill

Seal has made his home in the waters of a coastal village, but he often finds himself trapped and ensnared in the plastic rubbish filling the Bay. Fortunately, he is rescued by Lizzie and Grandpa Dave.    

Lizzie and Grandpa Dave are motivated to do something about cleaning up their Bay and saving the marine life who are being threatened more and more by the rubbish found in the Bay and on their beaches. They encourage the towns people to join them in their fight against plastic pollution devastating their beaches and harming marine life.   

This is a story about how we can make a change, about cooperation and making the right choices and making them now.

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