The Cat That Changed America is based on a true story, with an imaginative retelling for children, and illustrated by Louise Goves.
The book is scheduled for publication on October 22nd (P22 day in California) by Sabana Publishing and can be pre-ordered from Amazon UK and Amazon US
The book is a heart warming, captivating and entertaining story of the life of a juvenile mountain lion, which also has an underlying conservation message for young readers. P22 has a huge fan club, not only in the States, but internationally, as conservationists try to raise money to build a wildlife crossing over the 101.
Today I’m delighted to be shining the spotlight on Henry, the cute Border Terrier, for my stop on the blog tour, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.
Here’s what the book is about…
My Throwback Thursday this week is one of the most extraordinary true stories I’ve read. Two young Australians arrived in London in the 1960s, went into Harrods one day and came out with a lion cub.
I’m delighted to be joining the blog tour for Akea: The Power of Destiny by Elizabeth Jade and organised by Rachel’s Random Resources. Here’s the book info….
A video clip from the San Diego zoo. I tried reblogging this from another site but it didn’t work for some reason. Anyway, I found it on YouTube..
Shadow is spending time in the Children’s Zoo nursery while he is completing his quarantine, he’ll then live at Wegeforth Bowl and be a wolf ambassador.
After what seems like non-stop rainy days and grey skies for the last I don’t know how long we have a proper winter morning. Cold, clear and frosty.
I haven’t been able to get on the local playing fields for the morning dog walk in an age, we’ve had to resort to pounding the pavements. The Finnster doesn’t do mud (just as well because he runs a mile when there’s even the hint of a forthcoming bath) and even manages to step daintily round puddles. But this morning the soggy grass and ankle-deep mud was completely frozen over and Finn enjoyed being off lead. Love watching him run…