There’s a Rang-tan in My Bedroom - digital pack

Rangtan

There’s a Rang-Tan in My Bedroom is based on the Greenpeace film that became a viral sensation, about a little girl who discovers a mischievous orangutan on the loose in her bedroom, and she can’t understand why it keeps shouting OOO! at her shampoo and her chocolate. But when Rang-tan explains that there are humans running wild in her rainforest, burning down trees so they can grow palm oil to put in products, the little girl knows what she has to do: help save the orangutans!

Published in collaboration with Greenpeace, featuring a foreword from Dame Emma Thompson and brought to life by award-winning illustrator Frann Preston-Gannon, this is a very special picture book with a vital message to share.

Hachette Children’s Group would love for libraries to get involved this autumn, encouraging young children to think about the plight of the orangutan and the dangers of deforestation and how they can make a difference with this timely and beautiful picture book.

The free downloadable digital resources include:
- KS1 Curriculum Linked Notes
- KS2 Curriculum Linked Notes
- Assembly Ideas
- Booklist
- Certificate
- Classroom Poster
- Campaign Letter
- Draw Rang-tan’s Home
- Quiz Sheet
- Reward Chart
- Wordsearch

You can find all of the digital resources here.

We would love to see you enjoying the pack on social media. You can do this by using the hashtag #Theresarangtaninmybedroom and tagging HachetteKids and readingagency

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