This final book is the third in a trilogy of children's books.  The series includes an amazing audiobook along

with each of the magnificently illustrated printed books.  Children can listen to Torri and her sea creature friends, 

and hear the sounds of a healthy reef.  This book can be read like any other traditional children's book, or the reader

can be immersed in the narration and sound-scape as they follow Torri's tale and journeys. These interactive features 
are accessed via embedded QR codes or weblinks - including wonderful music composed for the series and video clips.

Printed book ISBN: 978-1-925198-06-5

The perfect feeding spot
The perfect feeding spot

Night was closing in as Wilma led them to the sheltered sea, which flowed into Walaman Creek. There were many mangrove swamps close by and luckily the tide was still low ... the perfect feeding spot for Purtle and Zelmo! “These special trees are mangroves!” said Wilma, “They are the lungs of the waterways and the nearby reef. They keep things healthy and provide a wonderful place to live for many creatures. There will be plenty to eat.”

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This is not food!
This is not food!

The youngsters were about to take some big chomps at it when Wilma bellowed through the water, “STOP! STOP! Don’t eat thaaat!” “This is not food. This is PLASTIC! If you swallow it, you will get very sick. You may not even live,” growled Torri, trembling at the thought of how close to harm her youngsters had come.

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Magical moonlight night
Magical moonlight night

The lights of the night sky cast a wonderful shimmer across the sea and created a magical glow all around. From the nearby land, the sounds of the didgeridoo echoed across the waters from the Loongabid Community as the people there settled around their campfires.

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Griff reef rap
Griff reef rap

The mysterious and mean looking Griff ... is not so mean after all!

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Land people join in the rescue
Land people join in the rescue

Never having done this before, Torri used her daring and courage to surface nearby the noisy engine. She discovered a boat with a wonderful mix of land people on board. Torri’s rainbow shell glowed bright in the sunlight as she believed she could catch their attention. “Look there!” someone called and then another, “Let’s follow for a better look … that turtle is glowing.”

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Oh how terrible!
Oh how terrible!

... exclaimed Torri as she approached the struggling dugong, so entangled in rope. But what to do? Torri drew on both her special powers of self-belief and primal wisdom, as she moved in close to work out a plan. “Think before you act, think before you act!” Torri reminded herself.

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Torri has to leave her young
Torri has to leave her young

“The ocean currents further north will become too hard for you to swim against, my little ones.” But Torri had some good news. “Serafin is visiting some of her family at Mermaid Reef about now. I know she will be pleased to have you youngsters visit and then return with her to Ningaloo.”

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Elle and Otto dance
Elle and Otto dance

The happy pair began to roll over and loop around each other, their huge wingspans extending far and wide through the water as they swooped and swished here and there. “Gosh! Watch them dancing together! And see their big white bellies!” said Purtle full of amazement.

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 © All music is copyright RenBro Publishing

 © All music is copyright RenBro Publishing

Torri and two of her turtle youngsters, Zelmo and Purtle, leave Ningaloo and head north knowing that there will be many good deeds to be done and that they will find eco-adventure along the way. They soon meet
up with Wilma the whale shark who becomes a great travelling companion and part of the team who help out with the
sometimes tricky eco-work.

 

There are delightful marine experiences shared with various sea creatures, scary times to be overcome and lots of rescuing of marine life from hazards and harm. The value of cooperation and team work is proven, along with the power of self-belief and ancient wisdom. Torri’s rainbow shell and
her Aboriginal art form shell frequently shine through as she
carries out her eco-work. This is the final book in the trilogy
and reinforcesand brings to climax the themes of the
two earlier Torri books.

Now available as a

state-of-the-art

ebook

with animations!

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Just click on the buttons to follow the CSIRO's
turtle and whale shark tagging programs.

You can find out exactly where the real life Torri has travelled ... and is right now.  You can also follow
the journey of several whale sharks.