This fun and innovative book series has been published with an aim of educating tweens about the ecosystem and wild cats such as lions, tigers, jaguars, leopards and cheetahs
Laurel, ML -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/24/2014 -- Due to excessive infiltration by man, the ecosystem is being disrupted and many wonderful animal species are on the brink of extinction. The future generations to come may not even know what a lion or a cheetah is and they may only know about their past existence through books or the internet. For such a depressing situation to not occur, young kids of today need to be educated about wildlife and with a noble thought like this, naturalist David Atkins penned a 5 book series called ‘Meet the Cats’.
Like its name suggests, ‘Meet the Cats’ is a newly launched series which is devoted to providing high quality (high resolution and professionally taken) pictures supplemented by lots of useful information about big, wild cats to children in the 8-12 year old age group. Besides being an avid naturalist, David Atkins is also a book publisher who specializes in publishing children's books about animals as he wants to help educate children about animals, their role in the ecosystem and the threats to their continued existence.
The book series consists of 5 books, each of which is dedicated to one wild cat-the lion, tiger, cheetah, leopard and jaguar. Not only will the colorful, bright and attractive pictures appeal to kids, the fun and amazing facts including in each of the books about these cats will surely inculcate a sense of respect and love for Mother Nature in them.
These books have been written in simple, easy to understand language for the convenience of the children reading them. There are answers to a plethora of questions that kids always demand answers for such as:
- Where do the big cats live?
- What do they eat?
- How long do they live for?
- What is the difference between the male and female of the species?
- What are the different types of big cats out there?
Each of these books is now available online at Amazon from prices ranging between $10.79 and $11.69 for the paperback versions.
David Atkins works as a naturalist. He loves all animals and is happiest when spending time with them.
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