Zazu Dreams: Between the Scarab and the Dung Beetle

Zazu Dreams is a fable for adults, written as a children’s narrative. A tale of environmental justice, a Sephardic Arab-Jewish boy and his imaginary malumute husky traverse the globe on a humpback whale. Their adventures unfold as they witness contradictory human ecologies – experiencing symbiotic and contentious relationships between humans and the environment.  Crossing temporal dimensions and international borders, past, present, and future overlap through phantasmagorical encounters with historical heroes like Jacques Cousteau, Harriet Tubman, Spinoza, Rachel Carson, and ibn Sina, and 21st century villains like Nestle, Merck, Exxon, and Monsanto – Big Pharma, Big Oil, and Agribusiness giants that stalk the planet.

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