Endangered Species Children Illustrations – Shark Ocean Rescue Book Launched

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Children’s Books for Kids Who Care, the brand name for author Carol Perkins (a.k.a Carrots), has released a new children’s book, ‘Sharks: Ocean Rescue Squad’, available for purchase on Kindle and in paperback format via Amazon or through the author’s website.

The new book is the first in Carrot’s series on endangered species, which the author intends to follow up with later in 2021 with a children’s book about rhinos.

More details can be found at https://www.amazon.com/Sharks-Ocean-Rescue-Endangered-Species-ebook/dp/B08PQ3T4PJ

The release has been written and illustrated by Carol Perkins who has broken down information about shark endangerment into bite-size pieces, to inform and educate young children who may struggle with a longer book. By simplifying the facts about the roles sharks play in the ocean ecosystem, Perkins has created an inclusive and engaging tool for teaching and imparting knowledge at a young age.

A lifelong lover of learning, Perkins, known as Carrots since her formative years, developed a keen interest in the environment and animal protection after spending 40 years as a business analyst, and realizing how much there was left to learn. As her knowledge grew, so did her concern for the environment and the impact humankind has had on global ecosystems.

Presented in an easy-to-read manner that helps children to retain what they’re reading, ‘Sharks: Ocean Rescue Squad’ focuses on offering a range of memorable facts and statistics about sharks. The book explains how sharks play a vital role in keeping the oceans clean, and the reasons that many species have become endangered in recent years.

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Perkins’ approach to presenting shark facts in her latest release was developed with the understanding that many children prefer to avoid large, instructional books. Her presentation of data helps children to care about and remember what they’re reading, and has led to a range of positive reviews.

Available in various eBook formats from the Children’s Books for Kids Who Care website, the hand-illustrated book is also available via Amazon. 10% of the sale proceeds from each book are donated to shark conservation.

With the latest announcement, Carol Perkins and Children’s Books for Kids Who Care continue to invest in educating and informing children on the importance of caring for the environment and animal protection.

Interested parties can find more information at https://www.childrensbooksforkidswhocare.ca