Little Polar Bear Rescue
Rachel Delahaye (Author) Suzie Mason (Illustrator)
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DescriptionIn this latest installment of the new chapter book series Little Animal Rescue, what starts out as a camping trip for Callie and the other members of the Forest Club ends up becoming the adventure of a lifetime for Callie when she is magically whisked away to the Canadian Arctic, where she finds a little lost polar bear cub. Includes black-and-white illustrations throughout. Callie and her other Forest Club friends are playing a game of hide-and-seek when she is magically transported to the bitter cold and snow of the Canadian Arctic. There she sees a mother polar bear and cub, and a little while later, she finds another playful cub and realizes that he has been separated from his family. Can Callie brave the harsh weather--and other dangers in the Canadian Arctic--and use the skills she has learned in Forest Club to reunite the cub with his family? In the Little Animal Rescue series, join Callie on her magical adventures to rescue wild animals in danger all around the world!
October 05, 2021
5.26 X 7.98 X 0.38 inches | 0.24 pounds
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About the Author
After studying linguistics, Rachel Delahaye began a career in print journalism. She has worked in London, England, Sydney and Melbourne, Australia and now lives in Bath, England. While she has vowed never to move again (well, not for a little while), her imagination has refused to settle down, and she is now writing children's fiction. Rachel is married with two children and a dog named Rocket. Suzie Mason is a digital illustrator who works from a little cottage in the Midlands of England, where she lives with her husband and ball-of-fuzz kitty. She loved art as a child but ended up following a scientific path, studying Astrophysics and then Medical Imaging. Suzie could never shake the art bug however, and in her mid twenties she began to learn digital art, which she had always admired. Realizing that art what was she wanted to do with her life, she became a full-time artist in 2017.