All black and white animals belong to a secret society...
“This joyous tale of Royal the fancy mouse and his Tuxedo Tribe perfectly illustrates a message that I hold very close to my heartthat every individual on our planet can make a difference every single day of their life. And, as Royal has shown us by rescuing his Orca friends, even the tiniest of us can have the biggest impact on those around us.”
Jane Goodall, PhD, DBE Founder – the Jane Goodall Institute & UN Messenger of Peace
Tuxedo Tribe is a new picture book series that teaches children about compassion and animal welfare.
“Shhh, have faith, Momma Orca. Tuxedo Tribe will come,” says the black and white butterfly in a voice of a thousand whispers.
When Momma Orca’s newborn is stolen, the littlest members of Tuxedo Tribe must rescue the biggest.
“The littlest of us can make the biggest difference,” says Royal the fancy mouse to Tweets the black and white warbler.
All black and white animals belong to a secret society called Tuxedo Tribe.
Whenever a baby black and white animal is in danger, mysterious tuxedo butterflies called Messengers carry a cry for help to the rest of The Tribe.
The goal of Tuxedo Tribe is to teach children about kindness, animal welfare and cooperation.
The unconventional and adorable animal heros of Tuxedo Tribe work together to save baby animals in a series of exciting adventures.
Royal To The Rescue
“Tell Momma and baby to hold on. Tuxedo Tribe is coming!”