Aqualogic, Wirral School Libraries, and St Bridget’s C of E Primary School in West Kirby welcomed Frankie the flamingo on a blustery day by the seaside. Cath had a fab time reading ‘The mysterious case of the sinking flamingo’ to 60 pupils, who
The FID have closed The mysterious case of the sinking flamingo. But they have several pending cases ready to go: The mysterious case of FOG in the sewers! The mysterious case of the block of wood that fell from outer
Frankie the flamingo, Clarence the crab, and the rest of the Flamingo Investigation Department visited several schools over the summer term and met loads of willing water detectives who want to tell everyone why it is important to have short showers
You can buy the ‘The mysterious case of the sinking flamingo’ via Amazon, or email us directly if you are a school, or want to buy multiple copies.
A series of worksheets for KS1&KS2
Adam Vaughan, an architect specialising in low-energy design, and a sponsor for the ‘Frankie the Flamingo’ Kickstarter campaign, has written a review of The Mysterious Case of the Sinking Flamingo for Tracing Green.
On behalf of the Flamingo Investigation Department I (Denzil the Dragonfly) want to send out massive thanks to the loads and loads of amazing people and organisations who helped make ‘The mysterious case of the sinking flamingo’ a reality.
Cath Hassell understands the power of crowd-funding – and how it can give an idea its wings. She raised £6,000 to get her children’s book, The Mysterious Case of the Sinking Flamingo, which teaches primary school children about sustainable water, off
Cath gives her winner’s speech after ‘The mysterious case of the sinking flamingo’ gets a SWIG Award. Given that SWIG is the Sustainable Water Industry Group and looks at all aspects of water within the built environment, it is the perfect award for the book.