I’m drifting away from travel talk today to tell you about my new children’s animal poetry book, Pawprints in the Snow. Written for kids ages 3-9, this Christian-based book combines rhyme with reason and faith with science, with poems and colorful wildlife photos on every page.
At the end of each poem, kids will find researched fun facts about the featured animal. For example, polar bears have hollow hairs, to help keep them afloat while swimming. And a moose has long legs so it can wade through rivers and deep snow. Speaking of snow…did you know it won’t melt on a wolf’s fur? Kids will have fun learning how God keeps these animals and many others warm in winter or cold climates.
Here are a couple of sample poems and photos: