Now more than ever, people are becoming more socially and environmentally conscious about their travels.
Chizi’s Tale is a new children’s book about an abandoned baby black rhinoceros in a Zimbabwe wildlife park. In this true story, park ranger Colin Wenham brings the baby rhino home to his wife and children until they can safely return him back to the wild. Craziness ensues, as you would expect from this unexpected “pet,” but also a tremendous amount of tenderness and love.
Also inspiring is the author, Jack Jones, who penned the book at the tender age of 17 after visiting Africa many summers as a child. He decided to bring the Wenham’s story to life and has dedicated the proceeds of the book to the TUSK organization, a nonprofit that funds conservation, community development and environmental education programs across Africa.
The book will make children want to travel to Africa to see a black rhino or at least teach them about endangered species so they can better appreciate their next trip Animal Kingdom at Disney At best it will encourage them to become more socially and environmentally conscious travelers.