For Oliver, it seems like a normal day working at the nature center. Little does he know, an unexpected visitor is about to deliver some shocking news. The visitor, Oscar, a talking turtle, explains how humans are causing significant damage to the environment, and his animal friends. Oliver learns about issues including overdevelopment, pollution, and a lack of local gardens. Along with a new animal friend named Lila, he enlists the help of volunteers from the community to help clean up on Earth Day. Can they help to protect and preserve the Nature Center, or is it too late? In addition to the story Oliver saves the Nature Center includes many fun and engaging activities. A crossword puzzle, word search, I Spy, and a glossary of over one hundred words will bring hours of entertainment, fun, and learning.
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.25(d)|
|Age Range:||9 - 12 Years|
About the Author
Since then, Andrew has visited over forty schools up and down the Atlantic coast, sharing his book and its themes of family, gardening, growth, and generosity. He also brings with him a message of hope and inspiration; that despite cancer and blindness, he has been able to complete two children's books, manage social media for the Post Road Market, and get back into athletics through running and yoga.
With his second offering, Oliver Saves the Nature Center, he wants to motivate young readers to care about the environment and the natural world. His love of nature was instilled in him by his parents, Hank and Karen. He grew up with his two older brothers in Rye, a suburb of New York City. Their home was modest, but they explored and enjoyed their beautiful and unique property with a babbling brook, beehives, grapevines, and greenhouses. Instead of normal family vacations, the Kranichfelds experienced the incredible beauty of nature. Whether canoeing in northern Maine's Allagash River, camping in the Central Kalahari Game reserve in Botswana, or visiting the Ding Darling wildlife sanctuary in Sanibel, Florida, it was always an adventure. Andrew hopes his new book will inspire the next generation to protect, explore, and most importantly, enjoy the environment.