Endangered Species Shark Facts – Fun Non-Fiction Book For Children Launched

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Children’s Books for Kids Who Care, a series of children’s non-fiction books by author Carol Perkins, is available in paperback and eBook format on Kindle: ‘Sharks: Ocean Rescue Squad’. The book is available via the author’s website, or directly through Amazon and other online websites.

The newest release from the author, also known as Carrots, is intended to teach facts about particular endangered species to children, in this case, sharks. Carol has also announced that the next book in the series will cover the subject of rhinoceros.

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Carrots’ latest book has been developed as an engaging method for providing small, memorable pieces of information on the subject to young children, ensuring that they are aware of endangered species from an early age. Both written and illustrated by Carol herself, the book discusses the role of sharks in the underwater ecosystem, diluting the information so that children can more readily absorb it.

Ever the student, Carol stumbled across her interest in animal protection and the environment during her time as a business analyst, finding herself quickly drawn into the topic. Discovering that after 40 years in business, there was much she still had to learn about the world, she decided to pursue imparting this information to a younger generation in the form of non-fiction books.

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When writing ‘Sharks: Ocean Rescue Squad’, Carol proceeded with the knowledge that children generally take information in better when it’s broken down into bite-size pieces, rather than reading a large, intimidating book. She has taken care throughout the book to use memorable illustrations to demonstrate her points, appealing to various styles of learning simultaneously.

The book mostly focuses on interesting, memorable facts about sharks, including some statistics that children are more likely to retain. It covers the basics of how sharks are vital to helping the oceans remain clean, due to their part in the food chain, and discusses the reasons they have become endangered along with so many other species.

With the latest announcement, Children’s Books for Kids Who Care continues to expand its range of informative non-fiction for children, in both paperback and eBook format.

“I look forward to researching and writing about many more endangered species spreading awareness of their value,” says Carol. “I hope to encourage a more positive approach worldwide to protect them, as they play a significant role in our survival.”

Interested parties can learn more at https://www.amazon.com/Sharks-Ocean-Rescue-Endangered-Species-ebook/dp/B08PQ3T4PJ

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