Shark Awareness Coloring Book For Kids | Endangered Species Series Update


This latest release from the creator of “Children’s Books for Kids Who Care” includes 38 pages of shark illustrations. It was designed to help children learn about the importance of these sea creatures in a fun and interactive way.

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Sharks and rays play an important role in the marine ecosystem, including controlling populations, keeping the oceans clean by feeding on dead animals, and maintaining the carbon cycle, which helps fight climate change. Sadly, over 100 million sharks are killed each year, largely due to careless fishing practices, fear and misunderstanding.

‘Sharks: Ocean Rescue Squad’ is the first in a series on endangered species and is available as an e-book or hard copy. It is suitable for children between 9 and 13 years old, and with large writing and pictures, it can be read in just 25 minutes.

Easy to understand content covers the importance of sharks and the roles they play in the ecosystem. The book also explains in detail why they are endangered and what can be done to prevent their population from declining.

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10% of profits from the book will be donated to various shark conservation charities. The money will help create protected marine reserves, educate people about sharks and help divers protect the animals.

The second book in the series, “Rhinos: Enviro Keystone Grazers,” will be released soon. In this book, Carol writes about the world’s five species of rhinos and how they help maintain a healthy balance in the ecosystem.

Carol Perkins understands the need for humanity to respect the planet and its wildlife and believes that education from an early age is imperative to preserve it for future generations. Her goal with her books is to make this complicated but important subject understandable to children.

One satisfied reader said, “I really liked how the book educates the reader on the importance of sharks in an easy to understand way! I would recommend this book to younger audiences who want to learn more about sharks.

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Contact information:
Name: Carol Perkins
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Organization: Children’s books for children who care
Address: 707 Carbonate Street, Nelson, British Columbia V1L 4P9, Canada

Build ID: 89078966

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