Mom, What Can Be Done?
Authors: Jason Leo Bantle and Lori Nunn
In the fall of 2009, wildlife biologist and photographer Jason Leo Bantle teamed up with children's author Lori Nunn again on a second children's book project. This time the focus is on arctic animals and the need to preserve their frozen home. Many different species are showcased in the book, from polar bears to musk ox to arctic hares and more. The story follows a young polar bear cub as it questions, “Mom, what can be done?” with regards to the current climate crisis. The story is told in a lighthearted and inspirational way with a focus on empowerment. The book encourages the reader to Respect Nature and to find ways we can all work together to care for our Earth. Included are ideas we can all try to help slow global warming, as well as interactive material to help children learn about Arctic wildlife.
To place orders for the book, contact Jason Leo Bantle Publishing.