Sharks Endangered Species – Ocean Life Childrens Book With Fun Facts Released

Carol Perkins’ newest release teaches children the importance of sharks in keeping oceans clean, why they are endangered, and what humankind can do to protect this vital species.

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Branded “A Children’s Book Super Quick Read”, the newly announced title is written in a quick, easy-to-read style with ample proven shark facts and fun illustrations. The book should only take children, on average, 20-25 minutes to read, making it accessible to a wide range of readers.

Customers who purchase the book will also receive a free coloring book featuring 20 shark species with accompanying facts.

Research shows that a mixture of reckless fishing and the growing demand for shark fins has contributed to over 1,000,000 sharks being slaughtered each year. In a bid to change this worrying statistic, Children’s Books for Kids Who Care is committed to donating 10% of the purchase price of every book sold to shark conservation.

Sharks: Ocean Rescue Squad is available to purchase in both paperback and eBook format. For more information, please visit

As Carol Perkins explains, “Kids really do care about the future of our planet. Knowing how all animals and plants help to sustain our planet gives us a better understanding of why we need to safeguard all life on earth.”

Following over 40 years working in business, Carol Perkins is now fulfilling her dream of writing enjoyable informative books for children. Her next book in the endangered species series will focus on rhinos and is due for release later this year.

With this latest release, Carol Perkins continues to spread awareness of the vital role endangered species play in humanity’s survival.

A satisfied reader said: “Carol Perkins has taken a topic that kids are passionate about and made it into an easy-to-read book that makes learning about sharks fun. Her writing connects to children at a level that is easy to understand and keeps them engaged right to the end. As a family, we enjoyed reading and learning about sharks and the environment, and it created continuous conversation even after we had finished reading it.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website, as well as at

Children’s Books for Kids Who Care
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