About the Ebook
“Following my passion for photography, I have worked in more than 90 countries with Kike. From the freezing waters of the Arctic to the humid rain forests in Central America. My creator tells me I represent strength, strong will, friendship, energy and a never-ending ability to dream.” — Kikeo
“There are many lessons my adventures around the world have taught me, but probably the most important one is that we should never stop dreaming: to dream learning and to learn dreaming. Make sure you never lose that little kid who will always be in your heart.” — Kikeo
In a world where information overflow and messages of consumption overwhelm us, the books on Kikeo's adventures aim to stimulate children´s imaginations while they learn.
Features & Details
- Primary Category: Children
- Version Fixed-layout ebook, 14 pgs
- Publish Date: Dec 29, 2015
- Last Edit Oct 14, 2016
- Language English
- Keywords Kike Calvo, Kikeo and The Whale, Kikeo y la Ballena, Bedtime story, children, whales, marine mammals, National Geographic, National Geographic Expeditions, Lindblad Expeditions, Photography, Photographer, Adventure, Exploration, Environment, Conservation, Nature, Natural History, Sailing, Sailor
Kike Calvo is an award-winning photographer, journalist, and author focused on culture and the environment. Kike has been on assignment in dozens of countries, working on stories as varied as belugas in the Arctic to traditional Hmong costumes in Laos. Kike's images have been published in National Geographic, The New York Times, Time, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, New York Magazine, Rolling Stone, and Vanity Fair, among others. His images are represented by AP Images, Redux Pictures, and the National Geographic Image Collection. In 2018, Kike launched “The Adventures of Pili” project, with the mission to create books and other educational materials that will increase children’s awareness of global environmental issues and foster multi-lingual literacy. Partnering with local NGOs, and adding the support of companies and readers, to the date, 5,000 free bilingual books have been given to kids living in remote communities around the world.