RG22-10 Dewatti Basdeo, Crystal & Leo, “The Great Barrier Reef’

Raising our gifted children with Sara Troy and her guest Dewatti Basdeo, on air from March 8th

‘Magnificent Me Magnificent You The Great Barrier Reef’ children’s story and yoga activities book. This is the second book in the natural wonders of the World Series I am currently writing. In this book twins, Crystal and Leo and their clever dog Einstein embark on an adventure of discovery of the Great Barrier Reef, its beauty, and its teachings. Alongside the story are a range of wellbeing activities children can utilise to support both their physical and mental wellbeing. As well as the above, the book will be fundraising for different organizations working on the conservation of reefs and world oceans.

The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest coral reef system. Coral reefs are home to thousands of species and play a critical role in maintaining healthy oceans and subsequently a healthy planet.

We are each steward of our planet, home to our future generations, in this understanding, we endeavour to contribute towards maintaining a healthy planet the best we can.

We are on 4 sites and 14 audios and 2 video platforms as seen here.

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One way we will be doing this is through raising funds for different organizations working to this endeavour through the sales of our children’s story and yoga activities book titled ‘Magnificent Me Magnificent You The Great Barrier Reef’ available to order through online sellers and bookstores globally. It can be ordered through our online store through the below link.

The first project that will be raising funds in support of is the Coral Sea Foundation Sea Women of Melanesia program.

The Sea Women of Melanesia program empowers indigenous women in Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands with the training, skills, equipment, and resources they need to take an active role in helping indigenous communities create and manage marine protected areas on their own coral reefs.

Details of the first fundraising goals in support of the award-winning work of the Sea Women of Melanesia can be read here https://magnificentmemagnificentyou.com/charity