The beauty and vulnerability of the Ecuadorian Rainforest is reflected in a very memorable film produced by the ‘One Hull of a Rainforest’ charity, and it can be found on TrueTube. Bricknell Primary School, Animator David Bunting and the charity itself have worked together to produce an animation based on the journey that one of their teachers took to this beautiful rainforest. Mrs Jones talks about her expedition and how upsetting it was to see the deforestation with her own eyes. The animation’s is based around the questions that Mrs Jones’ pupils ask about different parts of her trip: ‘What was it like?’ and ‘What was the strangest thing you saw?’ say the eager young voices and Mrs Jones takes the children on a colorful journey through the rainforest. The film focuses on her senses, highlighting what sounds, sights and feelings their teacher experienced in this magical place. Animated characters of Mrs Jones and the two students Molly and Jayden, go on an adventure contrasting the beautiful lush habitat of the forest with the grey, miserable land blighted by deforestation found at the end. The simple piece of percussion music in the background perfectly matches the notion that this is all from a child’s perspective, and that the next generation has the power to make a difference. If you’re looking for a resource that will captivate your students and encourage them to protect our planet, this is the one for you.