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Captain Green and the Plastic Scene

Fresh out of Superhero School, Captain Green gets a call. Dolphin is tangled up in plastic, and there’s trouble for Seagull and Turtle too. When our brave superhero rushes off to help, he finds himself on a major mission: saving sea creatures from plastic. Using his incredible powers, Captain Green promises to save the day. But can he clean up this mess for good? Find out how you can be a hero too. Superpowers are not required; anyone can do it… The superhero antics, amusing scenes and charming illustrations are guaranteed to keep readers entertained.

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This is a story about Captain Green who, after graduating from superhero school, sets on a mission to save the many animals that find themselves stuck in various pieces of plastic whilst living in the ocean. After many attempts, Captain Green realises that in order to make the most difference, he can’t just keep saving the animals but needs to take steps to protect the oceans to stop the incidents happening in the first place. With his new motto: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle – he sets about changing the attitudes of humans for a better world. This is an enjoyable and accessible story for children who will love to read it over and over again, spurring them on to look at how we could be more effective with protecting our planet at home.

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