Story of a student, who to fulfill an assignment, travels to a remote area of North America to study and document the natural environment and indigenous wildlife.
Indiana (PRWEB) January 21, 2014
The incredible wonders of nature have long held fascination and appeal for those who wisely make the time and effort to take note of them. While there is much to see and appreciate, there is even more to learn.
“The Hidden Habitat” (published by Trafford Publishing) written by author PK Dickmeyer tells the story of a student, who to fulfill an assignment, travels to a remote area of North America to study and document the natural environment and indigenous wildlife.
The student finds herself both enthralled and mystified by a unique pair of young beavers that unexpectedly teach her about life and broaden her appreciation for Earth’s vast Animal Kingdom. She comes to an awareness of how all ecosystems, and life itself, are interrelated. She gains more benefit than anticipated, finding the great Animal Kingdom to be a refreshing source of learning even life’s lessons.
Readers are invited to journey along “The Hidden Habitat” in a wildlife tale about a family of rare and unusual creatures belonging to the great Animal Kingdom and for them to find their place in this lush paradisiacal setting among forest, mountain and glen.
“The Hidden Habitat”
By PK Dickmeyer
Softcover | 8.5 x 11in | ### pages | ISBN 9781490721217
e-book | ### pages | ISBN 9781490721200
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
About the Author
Born in West Virginia but raised in Indiana, PK Dickmeyer came from a family environment that always loved and appreciated animal life and considered them a gift to be grateful for, to care for, and to value. In particular, she grew up favoring dogs and horses, a fondness that continues to this day.
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