Illustrated Shark Fact Book For Children | Ocean Series Kindle Edition Updated

The newest edition of the book is available in paperback and as a digital eBook for Kindle devices, for purchase through the Children’s Books for Kids Who Care website, or through Amazon.

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The latest updates have been developed to provide children with bite-sized facts and valuable insights into issues surrounding endangered animals, and their role as part of the earth’s ecosystem.

An analyst for over 40 years, author Carol ‘Carrots’ Perkins didn’t discover her interest in animal protection and environmental awareness until later in life – but once she found her passion, she soon began looking for ways to share it with younger generations, to promote change for the better. The Children’s Books for Kids Who Care series came about to help turn serious, complex topics into an easier-to-manage format, to educate and entertain children, and hopefully help them to make real changes.

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‘Sharks: Ocean Rescue Squad’ is the first in the series, and focuses on a species that adults and children alike are fascinated by – though they’re often misunderstood. The book explains in simple terms how sharks have become endangered thanks to the poorly thought out and often cruel actions of humans, and how this has in turn had a negative effect on the ocean’s ecosystem.

Throughout the fact book, Perkins cleverly breaks down complex subjects for a younger audience, using straightforward words and phrases that are easier for kids to retain once they’re finished reading – with the hope that they will remember the interesting facts, and take action. Her writing covers vital information about the important role sharks play in the ocean, and how they help to keep the waters clean and prevent diseases from spreading to other creatures.

“Carol Perkins has taken a topic that kids are passionate about and made it into an easy-to-read book that makes learning about sharks fun,” said one satisfied reader. “Her writing connects to children at a level that is easy to understand and keeps them engaged right to the end. As a family, we enjoyed learning about sharks and the environment, and it created continuous conversation even after we had finished.”

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