Kalila’s picture book for kids
— a perfect gift for children, grandchildren, neighbors, baby showers, church schools, nursery schools, etc. Why this book? It captures the beauty of a scenic hiking trail and its creatures; it inspires readers to get out and explore nature; and it educates youngsters about badgers, coyotes, hawks, sink holes and other treasures.
You can also purchase this book on Kindle!
Readers’ Comments: “a charming children’s book.” “Your questions were good thought provokers, getting kids to take the photos and narrative a step further.” “It’s kid-friendly and informative.” “Your book is delightful. You make it very inviting.”
Two elementary school librarians had this to say: “The interactive quality allows for dialogue, discussion, response and deeper observation—really a nice feature.” And, “Non-fiction is being focused on increasingly in the schools and this book fits right into that category.”
Example of what you will SEE INSIDE the book:
Bonnie and Clyde are two of the dogs that defend the sheep and goats. The dogs are a breed called Akbash (“ockbosh”). Bonnie barks whenever this sheep tries to sneak nibbles of dog food from the bucket.