FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (PRWEB) January 05, 2015
Colorful artwork, unique characters and witty rhymes combine to tell a story about the importance of caring for the planet in “The Adventures of Aldo the Alien: Trouble in the Jungle” (published by AuthorHouse), the new children’s book from author Jean-Pierre da Silva.
Set in “a time far, far away but not so far you couldn’t forget,” “The Adventures of Aldo the Alien” follows the adventures of a group of animals living in the jungle. Life is simple there, and Gildo the giraffe, Danny the donkey and Eloy the elephant spend their days playing games and frolicking in nature.
When a mysterious box falls from an airplane flying overhead and lands in the swamp, Gildo and his friends set out to investigate what’s inside. They discover that it’s filled with a dangerous, radioactive substance, and removing it without harming the environment is going to be a difficult task.
Help comes when a spaceship carrying an alien named Aldo appears, seemingly out of nowhere. Accompanied by his pet, Monroe, Aldo assures the animals that he can help dispose of the harmful materials. After he loads it into his spaceship, he delivers an important message about caring for the environment that will resonate with readers of all ages.
About the Author
Jean-Pierre da Silva was born in Salt Lake City in 1964 and is now a south Florida resident and business owner. His engineering and teaching background, combined with being an accomplished inventor, inspired him to write “The Adventures of Aldo the Alien.”
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