Danger, danger, danger! Every day, items endanger animals all the time. What can be done to save them? Plastic rings tangle around puppies. Plastic bread bags trap frogs.
Planetman and his friends fly, zoom, and ride to the rescue and give tips on how everyone can help our environment.
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About the Author
Karen is the founder and Editor-In-Chief for Writers on the Move and a former staff writer for two online reading comprehension learning centers. Karen's professional memberships include the Association of Ghostwriters, The Professional Writers Association, The Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI), and The National Association of Independent Writers and Editors.
Being an advocate for conservation and the environment, Karen loves to subtly bring awareness of these topics to young children through books. Planetman - The Case of the Plastic Rings is the first of a three-book series. Find more information about these other Planetman stories in the back of this book.
Other books by Karen include, Walking Through Walls, a Children's Literary Classics Silver Seal award-winning middle-grade fantasy adventure published by 4RV Publishing.
For more information, visit: https://karencioffi writingforchildren.com
Tom Deisboeck is a scientist-turned-entrepreneur who attended medical school in Germany and business school in the USA. He grew up reading comics from the Franco Belgian tradition like Tintin and Asterix, fueling his passion for drawing from a very young age, and led him to a third career as a cartoon artist.
Mostly self-taught, Tom is inspired and propelled by great mentors like Charles Zembillas of The Animation Academy in Burbank, CA, and John Byrne of The London Art College, UK.
His editorial cartoons appear regularly in online publications where they focus on current events, including political, financial, and scientific topics. Tom spent many nights reading nighttime stories to his son and enjoys illustrating children's stories with a dynamic, comics style.
Tom lives in Massachusetts with his wife, son, and 'super' dog.