Writer Adriana Jungbluth and illustrator Rodisley J. Silva open collective financing in Catarse for the launch of the work
With the high rate of environmental deforestation in Brazil during the year 2019, the artist Adriana Jungbluth together with the illustrator Rodisley J. Silva came together to write and illustrate the book “Timothy and the Trees”. The children's story aims to teach children the importance of preserving the environment, and currently has crowdfunding open in Catarse for the launch.
The writer and screenwriter Adriana Jungbluth devoted himself to the development of this story after facing a possible future for his twin children. It was when they had 2 year old she decided to write the plot for a children's feature film, but only this year that the project will also come to life in a book.
“Timothy and the Trees” was selected to participate in the 19 ° Goiânia Mostra Curtas Screenplay Laboratory and received consultancy from Rosana Urbes, animator who has worked on projects for Disney.
The collective financing of the work presents several and varied rewards to the supporters. If the campaign reaches the full amount, the book will be released by Editorial Group Coherence. The amount collected will be used for editorial services, as review, diagramming, publishing, printing and among others.
|The Catharsis campaign will be available from the day 01/03 until 30/03 and you can contribute and receive rewards according to the values presented in the project. Access the financing website to learn more.|
Synopsis of history:
What would you do if the place where you live was threatened? What if you were a tree and couldn't get out of place?
This is Timothy's dilemma, a small seedling of ipe that sees the forest where it lives being destroyed…
Timothy breaks rule number 1 from the trees and talk to the human Zeca, a ten year old shy boy. Together they will face several challenges to save the Arvorelândia forest.
Ane, the strange girl from school, will hinder them at different times. And everything gets even more complicated when they discover that Osmarito, the owner of the construction company that wants to destroy the forest, is her father.
Throughout this journey, Timóteo and Zeca will learn that even the smallest of beings can make a difference!
With easy language and lots of illustrations, Timóteo ea as Árvore is aimed at children among 5 and 9 years. Can be read to children by parents, or by the child himself in the literacy process.
Come with us and embark on this exciting adventure!
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