Mubu And The Ghosts & The Tiger

Mubu And The Ghosts & The Tiger

by Peter Alexander, Paulo Sergio

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Mubu And The Ghosts & The Tiger is the second book in the Mubu The Little Animal Doctor ™ children's book series by Peter Alexander. The series is based on the true life adventures of award winning Elephant Whisperer, Sangduen Lek Chailert. In this book, Mubu is told the story of mysterious ghosts that live in the river, by her grandfather. She also encounters a big tiger when she is alone by the river. Are there really ghosts in the ghost river? What does Mubu do when she finds herself face to face with the big tiger? Read what happens. A delightful adventure that teaches children kindness to animals, and explains why animals should be allowed to live freely in their own natural habitat. The illustrations by Brazilian artist, Paulo Sergio are vibrant and visually stimulating. The Mubu The Little Animal Doctor™ children's book series is educational and perfect for teaching children respect for animals and the environment. There are fun animal facts and photos at the end of each book.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015478341
Publisher: Kennebec Entertainment, LLC
Publication date: 09/01/2012
Series: Mubu The Little Animal Doctor™ , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 40
File size: 9 MB
Age Range: 3 - 5 Years

About the Author

Mubu The Little Animal Doctor series creator and author, Peter Alexander, has been writing about animals since he was twelve years old. His first book was called Striped Chipmunk. He took his book to Thornton W. Burgess, the famed author of the Old Mother West Wind series, which included Peter Rabbit Jimmy Skunk, Sammy Jay, Bobby Raccoon, Little Joe Otter, Grandfather Frog, and other beloved animals.

Mr Burgess encouraged Peter to keep writing about animals. After he graduated from Boston University, Peter wrote and directed the famous documentary film called The Animals are Crying, which told the story of unwanted cats and dogs in the United States. His movie won first prizes at three film festivals.

In Thailand, Peter became concerned about the plight of elephants in that country. He wrote a screenplay entitled The Earth Trembled that dramatized the problems of those great animals. His research led him to Lek Chailert, founder of the Elephant Nature Park, who told him the story of Goldie, her first elephant.

Today, Peter lives in Thailand and America, and continues to write about Mubu, The Little Animal Doctor, and to help abused and homeless animals wherever he goes.

Coming Soon: Mubu & Goldie!

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