In 2012, parents of students at P.S. 107 John W. Kimball Learning Center, an elementary school in Park Slope, Brooklyn, started a PTA committee called Beast Relief to teach students about wildlife conservation. Soon, the students become concerned about the ivory poaching crisis, especially how it affected rhinos. This past year, the fifth-grade class -- aided by Beast Relief and the International Rhino Foundation -- wrote, illustrated and published a book about Andatu, the sole Sumatran rhino born in captivity in Indonesia, and one of only 200 left. The book, "One Special Rhino: the Story of Andatu," is available on Amazon, and all proceeds will go to the International Rhino Foundation.
Here's an excerpt: