The English royal, Prince Charles has stamped a royal signature on the "Ladybird book on Climate Change" by co-authoring it with Tony Juniper and Emily Shuckburgh. Until now Ladybird books have enjoyed immense popularity because of humor in them. But this time it has struck a serious chord by writing a chorus on climate change.

Climate change a serious concern of Prince Charles

Prince Charles's co-authoring the Ladybird book on climate change isn't a mere coincidence. It shows the seriousness of the subject. At the same time in no way belittling the seriousness of the royal author at all.

And what we discover from the BBC report Prince Charles and the team have left no stone unturned to make sure the narrative is precise and highly reflective.

The humor-filled Ladybird books garnered immense popularity. It has not, however, blinded itself from the biggest contemporary issue of the world - the change in climate, reports India Today.

The danger, that it may not be received seriously, is still there. But that danger is anticipated to avert if the language is thoroughly comprehensible. In addition to that, with Prince Charles as the co-author, the book is speculated to gain wider attention.

The reflection of Dr. Philip Williamson on Prince Charles' 'Ladybird' book

The reflection of Dr.

Philip Williamson, the research associate at the University of East Anglia's School of Environment Sciences, is valid in this regard. BBC has reported him as saying: "There's the obvious danger that this won't be taken seriously. But if the style is right, and the information is correct and understandable, the new ladybird book with royal authorship could be just what is needed to get the message across, that everyone needs to take action on climate change."

Prince Charles's book on climate change that he coauthored with Tony Juniper and climate expert Emily Shuckburgh is all set to hit the stands. The concise work of the trio can stand out only if the book itself can stand out in the bookstores!