Pili’s Book Club is a selection of stories hand-picked by the creative team at The Adventures of Pili. The team started the book club during the 2020 pandemic, selecting brilliant stories to inspire kids around the world, foster global awareness and understanding, and showcase perspectives on cultural and natural diversity. This project supports the free distribution of books in remote communities and the creation of free outdoor libraries to contribute to the book-sharing movement.

The Tale of a Flightless Mosquito

NIGHTHAWK was a special mosquito. So special he was born wingless. But how he wished he was like the others. He longed to buzz freely through the air, and explore the earth with long and strong wings. When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade! Take off on Nighthawk’s adventure as he goes in search of happiness, and discover how helping others can help you!

The Moon is Made of Dreams

Have you ever wondered what the moon is made of? Is it a balloon that follows you wherever you go? Or a silver cookie in the milky way? This beautifully illustrated book creates endearing moments through short love notes between dads and daughters all over planet earth. Snuggle up with your parents to discover the moon’s great big mystery through creatures, big and small, from the enchanting animal kingdom.

The Big Purple Book

Are you having an awful day? This little purple book will brighten your day! There’s no pickle too big, no troubles too small. Sometimes all you need is a pep talk from dad, and some purple poop to get you going. Follow a brave little girl’s journey through life’s ups and downs, and discover how she learns to smile even on bad days. No matter how old you are, there’s always room for family traditions!Does your family have one?


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