VICTORIA, Australia (PRWEB) March 06, 2015
Scientists warned about climate change and its potential impact on the planet. This book will show how a child solved the problems of global warming and climate change.
“The Adventures of Celine and Alice”(published by Xlibris AU) written by author Samantha Jewel tells the story of Celine, a tiny creature of the soil and part of the web of life and Alice, a girl who loves to sing and has found a small, secret clearing in amongst some trees and bushes near her home in the country.
Alice brings compost there to make her plants grow. When her dog Mitch started digging for a bone, Alice hears Celine’s voice and follows her through a secret pathway in the garden to meet Mia, nature’s super computer. But what will Alice learn from Mia in helping the planet fight global warming?
Tailor-fitted for children ages 3-6 years old and presented in dual language, “The Adventures of Celine and Alice” is a simple, entertaining, colorful, illustrative picture book that raises awareness on the problem of global warming and solutions to climate change a young child may be empowered to do.
“The Adventures of Celine and Alice”
By Samantha Jewel
Softcover | 8.5 x 8.5in | 36 pages | ISBN 9781493134076
E-Book | 36 pages | ISBN 9781493134083
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Samantha Jewel, author (samjewel.com) and artist (infinart.com.au), has written a visionary text called Elegant Solutions to Addressing Climate Change. She spent 12 years as a senior research and food developer for a leading Victorian/Australian restaurant group, which led her to accumulate a large body of diverse information.
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