Bad Oil and the Animals

Bad Oil and the Animals is an absorbing and exciting book about a group of teenagers who decide to investigate the way palm oil plantations are destroying the habitat of orangutans. Interwoven into this action-packed novel is the use of palm kernel extract as stock feed plus an expose of factory farming. It is a fascinating tale that teenagers will love. I can highly recommend it.’ Sue Kedgley politician animal welfare campaigner and author. ‘Being a teenager who is passionate about solving the ethical problems that affect our planet I related to this book in every way. An enthralling page-turner Bad Oil and the Animals is both well researched and cleverly written. It features five teenagers who learn about the injustices surrounding dairy production and palm plantations and want to take action. I liked how the compelling storyline and description combined to create a story that shone light on palm plantations and dairy production as well as making for an interesting read. It’s an inspiring heartbreaking and at times harrowing book that is laced with humour in parts. I would totally recommend it. I think teenagers and young adults would enjoy it the most however it is fairly simply written and younger readers would be able to follow it too. Happy reading ” Maja 12-year old girl Christchurch member of *SAFE March 2017 *SAFE Save Animals From Exploitation is New Zealand’s leading animal advocacy organisation. ‘A fast paced and exhilarating read on an important issue. Well researched and well written it puts a spotlight on activism encouraging any young person into action.’ Ben Dowdle Founder and Campaign Director of Unmask Palm Oil The Australasian campaign for mandatory labelling of palm oil. Bad Oil and the Animals transmits a profound and disturbing message in an informative yet entertaining tale of teenage self-discovery.’ Dr. Michael Morris Director Environmental Education Ltd. author and animal welfare advocate.

Bad Oil and the Animals, Linda Hansen, 9780473373801


Bad Oil and the Animals - Bad Oil and the Animals, Linda Hansen, 9780473373801
Bad Oil and the Animals, Linda Hansen, 9780473373801
Bad Oil and the Animals
'Bad Oil and the Animals is an absorbing and exciting book about a group of teenagers who decide to investigate the way palm oil plantations are destroying the habitat of orangutans. Interwoven into this action-packed novel is the use of palm kernel extract as stock feed plus an expose of factory farming. It is a fascinating tale that teenagers will love. I can highly recommend it.’ Sue Kedgley, politician, animal welfare campaigner and author.

‘Being a teenager who is passionate about solving the ethical problems that affect our planet I related to this book in every way. An enthralling page-turner, Bad Oil and the Animals is both well researched and cleverly written. It features five teenagers who learn about the injustices surrounding dairy production and palm plantations and want to take action. I liked how the compelling storyline and description combined to create a story that shone light on palm plantations and dairy production as well as making for an interesting read. It’s an inspiring, heartbreaking and at times harrowing book that is laced with humour in parts. I would totally recommend it. I think teenagers and young adults would enjoy it the most, however it is fairly simply written and younger readers would be able to follow it too. Happy reading!” Maja (12-year old girl, Christchurch member of *SAFE, March 2017 *SAFE, Save Animals From Exploitation is New Zealand’s leading animal advocacy organisation.

‘A fast paced and exhilarating read on an important issue. Well researched and well written, it puts a spotlight on activism, encouraging any young person into action.’ Ben Dowdle, Founder and Campaign Director of Unmask Palm Oil, The Australasian campaign for mandatory labelling of palm oil.

Bad Oil and the Animals transmits a profound and disturbing message in an informative yet entertaining tale of teenage self-discovery.’ Dr. Michael Morris, Director Environmental Education Ltd., author and animal welfare advocate.
  • ISBN: 9780473373801
  • Published: October 2018
  • Pages: 127
  • Dimensions: 199x129mm
Soft cover Soft cover
NZ$ 22.00



Used expressions:Bad Oil and the Animals Bad Oil and the Animals, Linda Hansen, 9780473373801,Bad Oil and the Animals is an absorbing and exciting book about a group of teenagers who decide to investigate the way palm oil plantations are destroying the habitat of orangutans. Interwoven into this action-packed novel is the use of palm kernel extract as stock feed plus an expose of factory farming. It is a fascinating tale that teenagers will love. I can highly recommend it.’ Sue Kedgley politician animal welfare campaigner and author. ‘Being a teenager who is passionate about solving the ethical problems that affect our planet I related to this book in every way. An enthralling page-turner Bad Oil and the Animals is both well researched and cleverly written. It features five teenagers who learn about the injustices surrounding dairy production and palm plantations and want to take action. I liked how the compelling storyline and description combined to create a story that shone light on palm plantations and dairy production as well as making for an interesting read. It’s an inspiring heartbreaking and at times harrowing book that is laced with humour in parts. I would totally recommend it. I think teenagers and young adults would enjoy it the most however it is fairly simply written and younger readers would be able to follow it too. Happy reading ” Maja 12-year old girl Christchurch member of *SAFE March 2017 *SAFE Save Animals From Exploitation is New Zealand’s leading animal advocacy organisation. ‘A fast paced and exhilarating read on an important issue. Well researched and well written it puts a spotlight on activism encouraging any young person into action.’ Ben Dowdle Founder and Campaign Director of Unmask Palm Oil The Australasian campaign for mandatory labelling of palm oil. Bad Oil and the Animals transmits a profound and disturbing message in an informative yet entertaining tale of teenage self-discovery.’ Dr. Michael Morris Director Environmental Education Ltd. author and animal welfare advocate.

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