Thursday, May 26, 2016

Philly Tribune Features Jordan Going Green with Wildlife

Kids learn about Dolphins and echolocation this summer! Get ready with the Jordan & Justine's Weekend Adventures book Wildlife.

As featured in the Philly Tribune in print and online:

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Just in time for Earth day, our partners at the Wildlife Alliance have featured Jordan and Justine's Weekend Adventures: Wildlife Conservation Edition in this month's newsletter,

The Jordan and Justine’s Weekend Adventures Wildlife Conservation Edition will be available, online, at bookstores and at Earth Day events, nation-wide and wherever books are sold. A 50% portion of the profits from sales of the Wildlife Conservation Edition of Jordan & Justine’s Weekend Adventures: Wildlife book will be donated to Wildlife Alliance, Inc.

Monday, April 18, 2016

It's National Park Week!

 It's National Park Week! Let's get out there and enjoy our world. The more we do, the more likely we are to care for it. Find your park!

Saturday, April 2, 2016

Create a Wildlife Garden

It's gardening season! Learn how to draw pollinators to your garden. Create a garden with your kids that attracts beautiful wildlife and helps restore habitats in commercial and residential areas.


Thursday, March 31, 2016

Let's team up for wildlife this Earth day

We've partnered with the Wildlife Alliance in their efforts to help endangered species worldwide this upcoming Earth day, April 22, 2016. Check out what they've accomplished so far and go to to see how you can help.

Sunday, March 27, 2016

Wildlife Children’s Books: Jordan & Justine’s Weekend Adventures Help Fund Wildlife Alliance in 2016

Jordan and Justine have joined forces with Wildlife Alliance, Inc. to commemorate this Earth Day’s theme to support help for wildlife every day in 2016. The launch of the special Wildlife Conservation Edition from the eco-friendly children’s book series "Jordan & Justine's Weekend Adventures: Wildlife Parts 1 & 2" will help promote awareness of the importance of protecting forestry, nature and animals while generating funds for the Wildlife Alliance. This commemorative wildlife campaign features Jordan and Justine, the brother and sister pair and their cast of multi-cultural friends who experience an adventurous weekend learning to protect and care for the earth’s natural resources, wildlife and endangered species.  

The Wildlife Alliance, a global organization, is at the forefront of directing the protection of forests and wildlife. The organization is successful in carrying out frontline programs that have protected some of the world's most threatened forests and wildlife species.  The mission of this not-for-profit organization is to combat deforestation, wildlife extinction, climate change, and poverty by partnering with local communities and governments.

50% of the profits from sales of the Wildlife Conservation Edition of Jordan & Justine’s Weekend Adventures: Wildlife book will be donated to Wildlife Alliance, Inc.

Join us in supporting the dedicated efforts of this organization. Get your copy wherever books are sold!

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Kids, Solar Panels & Sunscreen!

Kids, Solar Panels and Sunscreen Make Jordan & Justine's Weekend Adventures: Go Go Green a perfect Summer Read for Elementary Students: Young Adult Author Tanille Takes Children on Fun and Educational Journey on the Quest to Go Green

 Jordan & Justine's Weekend Adventures: Go Go Green features our favorite adventurous characters, Jordan and Justine, who are part of a Go Go Green campaign in their community. Through this campaign, they teach young readers about the environment, how to take small everyday steps to save energy, how to participate in helping their community, and why it is so important to care about the Earth!

The multicultural cast of characters in this book also explores how Native American culture works in harmony with the environment for resources and how modern living negatively affects the environment. The book will also explore teaching children new words in Spanish.

As we prepare to make Earth Day every day of the year, Tanille offers some tips on getting kids to help protect the environment:

  • Don’t waste water. Teach children to turn off the water while brushing their teeth.
  • Turn off the lights. Ask kids to turn off the lights when leaving the room.
  • Plant a garden. Have the kids help grow lettuce, tomatoes, broccoli and herbs in the backyard. The food tastes better and there are no pesticides!
  • Recycle. Enlist kids to help sort out things that can be recycled – paper, plastic, glass and aluminum. You can also show kids that you buy products made with recycled ingredients.
  • Compost. Have the kids put their leftover food – apple cores, banana peels, etc in a compost bin that can then be used as garden fertilizer.