"TJ the tiger: The Big Tree Planting" tells the story of TJ, the little tiger and his encounter with deforestation.
Seeing felling of trees close to his home, he and his friends decide to organize a tree-planting and make a home for a small, homeless bird.
It teaches children what a practical approach to problem-solving and collaboration could help them accomplish.
One morning, heading to the kindergarten, Oliver the little lion told his friend TJ that his parents were very angry at him because he left the lights on again.
TJ does not understand why leaving lights on is such a big problem.
He starts investigating the importance of electricity, the different energy sources and their impact on the environment.
TJ and his friends decided to visit his grandmother who lives on the shore. As a passionate sailor, she takes the little animal to a day trip to show them the beauty of the ocean and the sea-life.
During the trip, the friends will not only see massive floating islands of plastics and dying corals, but they learn how plastic gets back to their food.
They will also take a sick little turtle to the doctor and clean the ocean.