The enchanting tale of Hip Hop continues in the third installment of the series, *Hip Hop and the Master Singer*. This beloved little flea embarks on a new adventure, leaving the magical land of Ellsaby and the Golden Forest behind and venturing to the city of Falbalo, a place far removed from his home, the Green Valley Zoo.

In Falbalo, a peculiar silence has befallen the once-melodious songbirds. Neglected by humans, some bird species now face the threat of extinction as they have lost their songs and their sense of self-preservation. Master Singer Cosma possesses the power to restore their songs, but she cannot do it alone.

Hip Hop and his friends rise to the challenge, determined to save the songbirds before spring arrives. With their ingenuity and unwavering friendship, they join forces with Master Singer Cosma to bring music back to the city. The story, narrated by Müller and accompanied by Daniel Gaucher’s exquisite illustrations, emphasizes the power of unity and the importance of mindfulness in a world that never ceases to rush.

“*Hip Hop and the Master Singer* sheds light on the interconnectedness of our world,” said Müller. “It highlights the need to be mindful of our surroundings and respect the circle of life that binds us all—humans, animals, and nature. Through Hip Hop’s adventures, we learn that creativity and cohesion are key to overcoming life’s challenges.”

This captivating story, soon to be published in Vietnamese, English, and German by the Ho Chi Minh City General Publishing House, is suitable for children aged six to ten. All proceeds from the book will be donated to the LOAN Foundation, dedicated to improving the lives of disadvantaged Vietnamese children in mountainous regions.

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