4th Book in Hidden Clover Children's Series Offers Adventure in Conservation
PR Log - Dec 14, 2012 - Gainesville, Virginia -- Search for the Hidden Clover: Escudo Island continues the fun story telling format blending pictures, cartoons, rhyme, and games from the first three books in the Hidden Clover children’s book series. Author Julia Heckathorn again thrills readers as a boy, a girl, and a kangaroo find wayward animals who inspire a magical journey towards the goal of finding a hidden clover and preserving a mistreated land. In this book, meet Noche Cuervo, an anteater, who leads the mission to save the Critically Endangered Pygmy Sloths through trash pickup, signage, and tree planting. Come in contact with new animals, learn about them, and talk with a Pygmy Sloth in this grand adventure.
Readers are invited to learn more about the plants and animals they encounter through “Julia Says” facts throughout the books as well as additional educational materials on the Website. The story thus grows with children as their learning abilities and understanding matures. As an added feature, there are additional animal friends hiding throughout the book that are not revealed until the end in order to keep the experience fun time and again.
The series continues to fulfill the Hidden Clover vision to deliver a perspective changing experience as children discover the wonders of nature. The Search for the Hidden Clover book series offers a wonderful opportunity for children who love nature and for those who have not yet discovered the wonders of nature. Children of all ages will enjoy this new adventure available for purchase through Hidden Clover, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble.
Proceeds from book sales support Hidden Clover’s conservation effort to save the critically endangered Pygmy Sloth (https://www.searchforthehiddenclover.com/video.asp?ID=12) in real-life in cooperation with the Tree Foundation, London Zoo, and Minnesota Zoo. Through the generosity of the Dallas World Aquarium, this title has also been printed in Spanish for children who live in the Panamanian communities that use this island.
Full Contact Information: Hidden Clover, LLC 703.596.5955 PO Box 556, Gainesville, VA 20156 email@example.com Website (https://www.searchforthehiddenclover.com/) Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/HiddenCloverAdventures) Author Julia Heckathorn tours facilities around the world, often accompanied by a kangaroo, anteater, and other creatures to engage children. To arrange a book signing, interview, or event with Julia Heckathorn, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org