J - Junior
E - Environmentalists
A - And
C - Conservationists
in their second exciting adventure!
Over the Christmas holidays, the JEACs - Rohan, Nimal, Anu and Gina (2 boys and 2 girls) and Hunter, their dog - are invited to Brisbane, Australia, to help in the set-up of a new Conservation for sea creatures in the Gold Coast area, which will have a particular focus on Dolphins. They meet Amy and Mich (2 Canadian girls) and the seven of them become a closely knit group, using their various talents for the Opening Day of the Conservation. Naturally, they fall in love with the Dolphins! However, villains who own a shooting lodge in the Gold Coast, make every attempt to prevent the Conservation from opening, but the youngsters, ably assisted by the Dolphins, foil their attempts.
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.46(d)|
|Age Range:||9 - 11 Years|
About the Author
Amelia, who has lived and worked in several countries, believes very strongly in the conservation of wildlife and, in particular, the protection of endangered species. She is convinced that awareness of this issue, when imbued in children at an early age, is a vital step towards saving our planet. She is a member of the "Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust", and encourages children, and their families, to become members as well. Amelia's other interests include environmental issues, volunteer work, fund-raising and multi-culturalism - to name just four. She is of the opinion that people from different countries should explore the diversity of cultures and learn from each other. Some of these ideas are included in her books.
Amelia has had book signings in Australia, Dubai, Sri Lanka and Canada, for her first book "Peacock Feathers".