Meet Keby, the Bear That Cares About The Earth
New Children’s Book shares a timely environmental message through the eyes of a young Kentucky bear
Learning how to preserve the Earth’s natural environment is important, even for children. A new Xlibris release, Keby, The Earth-Friendly Bear
, by Linda Bartlett and Wen Marcec, introduces children to relevant environmental topics with the help of a young Kentucky bear.
Keby, a Kentucky brown bear, lives in the Appalachian Mountains. He loves his natural habitat and he takes good care of the land, the water and the air all around him. Keby finds out that some people are not taking care of the Earth. He sets out on a journey to discover what is happening to his home planet. Can he do anything to stop the pollution, the littering and the harm that humans are causing? Children will want to read the book to find out.
Besides telling an endearing story with real-life photos of a cute teddy bear that will capture children’s hearts, Keby, The Earth-Friendly Bear
also contains an informative glossary that enhances the message of preserving the Earth’s natural beauty. Ultimately, this release will give its readers both an enjoyable and an educational experience. The book includes a foreword written by Kentucky native Kevin Scott Richardson.
The book sells for $21.99, plus shipping and handling, if purchased from the publisher
. If purchased directly from the authors, the hard copy, 34-page book sells for $15.00, plus shipping and handling. To find out how to order a copy of this book, contact alastingworld[at]sbcglobal[dot]net.
About the Authors
Linda Bartlett and Wen Marcec are the Founders of an environmental education organization called A Lasting World Inc. Linda is married and the mother of two; Wen is married and is the mother of four. They both reside in Illinois , where Linda runs her own domestic cleaning business and where Wen is a teacher’s assistant in a preschool classroom for children with special needs. For the past several years, much of their time has been spent in southeastern Kentucky sponsoring Camp H.O.P.E. (Helping Our Planet Earth), an environmental education program for underprivileged Appalachian students. You can contact the authors at alastingworld[at]sbcglobal[dot]net