Pipisin the Pangolin
Written and Illustrated by Rachel L. Shaw
Pipisin is a young Philippine pangolin. He’s living on his own for the first time and is struggling to find his favorite food: ants. He’s scared of lots of things. When he hears strange noises or comes across animals, he rolls into a ball until he feels safe again. Then one day, he’s the only one who can help other animals that are trapped and he has to be brave.
All the animals Pipisin meets are found in the island of Palawan.
Copyright © 2015
Size: 8" x 10"
Rachel L. Shaw
cares passionately about wildlife and the environment. She lives in the U.K. and works for a wildlife charity. Rachel has a strong connection with the Philippines after taking part in an exchange visit organized by Rotary Clubs and is an honorary member of the Rotary Club of West Bay, Los Baños, Laguna. Rachel hopes that stories of the endemic and endangered animals of the Philippines will help spark a lifelong interest in them and their conservation.
Winner. 10th Cardinal Sin Catholic Book Awards, 2016 – Youth and Children Category
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