The burden and cost of our short and temporary lives of convenience and indulgence is often carried by Mother Earth. Why is Mother Earth Crying? is a fable that reflects the hidden worries of our environment.
Everything we've thrown away, and all of our other garbage — where are they now?
When a group a islanders cut open the belly of a dead whale, they found it filled with garbage. As time passes, the body of the whale decomposes, but the garbage remained on the beach for a long time.
Through the eyes of a little girl, whose name is a homonym for Earth (「蒂裘」 and 「地球」), we explore the cost of our convenience to the environment.
This visually stunning book is a story about the environment and human nature, highlighting the dilemma that oceans and creatures are facing at the the moment.
Hardcover | 44 pages | 25 x 25cm
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