Partnerships With Gelos Publications

And now the Rhyme, Laugh and Learn™ Series offers up a valuable opportunity for corporations, celebrities of stage and screen, charities and not-for-profit organizations to use A Conservation Tale, with Pongo the Orangutan at the center of the story, as a vehicle to promote their own conservation agenda.

Partnerships Information

Get more information about partnership opportunities with Gelos Publications to help promote the education of children about conservation. Click here or on the image for a full-sized, downloadable flyer.

Partnerships with Gelos Publications Info
Partnerships with Gelos Publications


With corporations increasingly under the spotlight to demonstrate their environmental and social commitment and credentials to consumers and other, we offer the opportunity to enhance corporate reputations by aligning with the conservation agenda.


With a clever nod to Dickens’ Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come plus Uncle Sam’s call to action, A Conservation Tale: Your Planet Needs You is a great opportunity for children and educators to discuss how to protect our environment.


A Conservation Tale offers public libraries and school libraries alike and opportunity to provide patrons with a resources that fires the imagination and helps explore the importance of conservation at all levels - home, work, and community.

Non-Profits & Charities

Do you want to bring your identity and purpose to the front of mind in educating the children and families of your donors and fund-raisers – now and in the future – as well as your staff and other key stakeholders in your organization?

Celebrity Endorsements

Passionate about the environment? Highlight your commitment as a supporter of the conservation agenda in schools, libraries and to educators, children and their parents. Set yourself apart as a influential role model.

Your Organization

Do you want to demonstrate your organization's commitment to conservation education? We invite you to contact us for more information about our publications and programs. Discover how A Conservation Tale can help your team spread the word.

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