It’s a big, big world: Kids’ story celebrates exotic adventure

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New children’s book by Kathleen Morrissey pays homage to wild animals, resort vacations

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When we can’t travel, reading shares the wonderful different human and animal environments.

Dr. Seuss once said, “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.”

In her new book Walter and Mike Get Their Own Fun Park Pool to Play In, author Kathleen Morrissey shares a story from the perspective of both kids and alligators to take children on a thrilling venture.

“Nothing teaches children to respect our planet quite like the awe of animals,” says Morrissey. “When we can’t travel, reading shares the wonderful different human and animal environments.”

Her book tells the story of two alligators who want to join the fun of kids playing in a pool at a resort hotel in Florida.

When they get more than they bargain for, the kids and alligators quickly learn to gain their parents’ permission for and stay close to their family on new adventures.

Walter and Mike Get Their Own Fun Park Pool to Play In also emphasizes the need to provide acceptable habitats for wild animals.

Walter and Mike Get Their Own Fun Park Pool to Play In
By Kathleen Morrissey
ISBN: 978-1-4772-9900-5
Softcover retail price: $21.99
E-book price: $3.99

About the author
Kathleen Morrissey is a world traveler who enjoys boating, camping and hiking. Her experiences with animals, including swimming with turtles in blue Caribbean waters and playing with otters in remote islands, have fostered a deep appreciation for the different creatures nature offers. Morrissey is a mother and grandmother.

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