Read eBook Save the Arctic (Save the Earth Book 2) Author Bethany Stahl –

Cool book pun intended Cool story that is a good conversation starter on ways to help our Earth I love the questions at the end for the readers and the Artic facts. From The Bestselling Author, Comes A New Children S Book That Is Engaging, Fun, And Teaches About The Environment Nanu, A Lonely Polar Bear, Searches For Dinner The Ice Is Melting, And The Animals Are Disappearing During His Search, He Makes An Unlikely Friend With Toklo, A Silly Beluga Whale The Friends Work Together With A Native Girl, Ahnah, As They Figure Out How Everyone Can Work Together To Help Save The Arctic This Time, Bethany Stahl S Interactive Book Immerses Children In A Fun And Unique Journey Where They Can Name The Colors Of The Buildings In The Arctic Village Brainstorm Ideas On How You Can Help The Arctic From Your Home Count Beluga Whales And Fish Learn Exciting Animal Facts About Polar Bears And Beluga Whales You Won T Want To Miss Inspiring Your Precious Little One With This Brilliant Arctic Tale Save The Arctic Is The Second Book In Stahl S Best Selling Save The Earth Series This Is The Second Book In The Save The Earth Series Perfect For Ages , And Up Inspiring to future generations Such a sweet book Illustrations a beautiful Felt sad reading about the state of our environment but ultimately hope in the future prevailed A bit preachy, but a nice read. A wonderful book Great illustrations and story Hope a lot of readers can take something back from this story, and teach others about this beautiful planet we live on. Save the Arctic has some of the best children s illustrations around and the message behind the story is a worthy cause I find the text a bit confusing at times in that it seems to be targeted towards children until it starts talking about ways to save the Arctic That s when I feel like it s reading level raises to adult age It does make me wonder what audience the author is targeting but I digress Save the Arctic is still a well written and masterfully illustrated book Beluga s and Polar Bears are some of my favorite animals and I hope this book causes people to do their part and help protect their Arctic home. Beautifully illustrated and a lesson, tooI adore Bethany s illustrations With a young reader, they allow for a beautiful story from picture reading Additionally, the straightforward prose teaches a lesson about renewable resources, scarcity, and the importance of contributing to the environment.