Bird Lady Meets Mort and Ort in It’s a Great Day for Walking the Beach!

A Coloring Storybook

by Gramma Golden


Formats

Softcover
£10.95
Softcover
£10.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/23/2017

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 52
ISBN : 9781524668624

About the Book

"A great environmental lesson in this new kids' coloring storybook" ~ George Smith

Popular Maine columnist, author, and outdoor enthusiast George Smith confirms in his review that "Gramma Golden's very entertaining books were created to educate children and adults about things we can do to improve and protect our environment. I especially enjoyed Stephen Adams illustrations which kids can color. I'm sure my granddaughter is going to love that." This book is the second in the series written by Gramma Golden. In the previous book, Bird Lady was hopeful she would once more see her two colorful friends who taught her so many valuable lessons about gardening.

The main characters in the series, Mort and Ort Aahkamort, suddenly surprise Bird Lady on a beautiful beach. While there, they teach her new lessons about harmful effects on marine wildlife and shorebirds caused by litter and plastics carelessly left scattered on the beach. Once Bird Lady learns about these harmful effects, she makes it her mission to educate others. You will meet two new characters, Pete the Pilot and Ebenezer, her giraffe walking stick, as they join her on her journey.


About the Author

Janet Golden is a retired registered nurse and healthcare educator. Her career required her to teach others how to care for themselves and others. She is a hospice volunteer and a certified representative of the State of Illinois Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program. As an author, she strives to teach young readers to care for and be responsible stewards of the environment. It is through her voice that the characters from her first book come alive, helping children understand their role in maintaining the balance of nature. Janet understands the importance of all grade levels of education, starting with providing a solid foundation at the elementary level. This book offers parents and teachers a tool to teach children how to help marine wildlife thrive. Janet lives in a suburb of Chicago with her husband of forty-six years. They have two married children and three grandsons.