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Today I am involved in the book tour for Caring Conservationists who are changing our planet by Kate Peridot. Kate is an author of both fiction and non-fiction children’s books. Originally from London, she now lives with her family in the South of France. She writes wild and adventurous stories about animals, people and STEM that encourages a can-do spirit, a quest for knowledge and a sense of adventure. 

Caring Conservationists (Walker Books) is her first non-fiction children’s books. A further nine books are in production launching between 2023-2025.  

About the book
Travel around the world and discover the stories of 20 conservationists and the endangered animals they are helping to save, including the orangutang, blue whale, Indian tiger, rhino, honeybee, Komodo dragon and sea turtle. Positive, uplifting and packed full of information, with 20 fun activities for children to try, this book will show children no one is too small to make a difference.

Caring Conservationists who are changing our planet is an inspirational book about people who are trying to change our planet for the better.  There are 20 peoples stories from sharing about saving wild animals such as tigers and sea turtles to smaller animals such as bees and the monarch butterfly. The book has such colourful illustrations by Sarah Long that are really eye catching. Each story has an activity idea that your child can get involved in doing. Overall it's a great informative read for children and I learnt  quite a bit too.

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