Big Tree Bob

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Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency (SBPRA), 2012 - 20 pages
Big Tree Bob is a universal story that could take place anytime, anywhere. The world is taking down too many trees and not replanting enough, so Big Tree Bob educates people on conservation. Bob is a big, friendly man who loves trees, and wants to do his part to help our planet survive. Inspired by animals, nature and the wilderness, this timely story will help young people get interested in ecology. Isn't today a good day to plant a tree? First-time author Grant Johnson wrote and illustrated his book to get young people interested in vital issues, but in a fun way. Until very recently, I designed and built safari lodges in southern Africa. I've used many thousands of trees in my life, so it would be nice to put something back somehow. He lives near Auckland, New Zealand, and is writing his next book Computer Ken about the dangers of youth spending too much time on computers. The real world is far more exciting and just outside the door. Publisher's website: http: //

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