Our own endangered animal ABC book has recently caught the eye of the international conservation community. Hear what people working to protect endangered animals have to say about our animal alphabet book:
“Anastasia Kierst’s delightful book combines youth-friendly images with succinct informative text to open the eyes of the next generation to the world’s rich wildlife heritage This book should be an essential part of every child’s education.”
-Dr Richard Thomas, Global Communications Co-ordinator of TRAFFIC the wildlife trade monitoring network, is the leading non-governmental organization working globally on trade in wild animals and plants in the context of both biodiversity conservation and sustainable development. TRAFFIC is a strategic alliance between WWF and IUCN.
“P is for Pangolin is a must have book for all children, families, and educators who are fascinated by our natural world. The enchanting illustrations and creative species bios give a much needed voice and face to the underdogs and often overlooked oddities of the animal world. From the critically endangered Axolotl salamander to toads named after rainbows, this stunning children’s book, complete with bonus learning activities, will help to foster appreciation and value for ALL life on our amazing planet.”
– Amphibian Ark Community Education Officer, Rachel Rommel