B. J. DeFrancesco is a new children’s author whose books focus on environmental and life lesson stories. His first book will be available October of 2007 through A-Argus Enterprises.
“Mother Nature will survive through children Eco-Nurture.” – B. J. DeFrancesco
I feel passionate that our responsibility as adults is to empower our children as future global stewards. It is never too early to begin the process of preparing our children for this role, and what better way than through an entertaining story.
“RISING ABOVE GLOBAL WARMING” is the first child book on global warming to hit the market that successfully captures the young reader’s interest and attention, without putting a black cloud of despair in the child’s mind. This book will leave the child with hope and a positive outlook.
The author skillfully tackles this complex subject weaving a story that is entertaining and informative for his young readers. Terra, the Latin word for Earth, is a town that has to cope with the influence of the shifting climate.
The child will begin to understand the threat of global warming through the eyes of the characters. The impact of the climate change has far reaching effects. It touches their lives, calls them to action, and takes control of their destiny. The intent of the story is not to frighten the child, but to take responsibility for their environment. The young reader is not burdened with the big picture moral implications, but instead learns that a happy result can be achieved by doing the right things.
The child will learn the terminology, theory, and ramifications of global warming. Also included with this story is a glossary of key words and games to help reinforce what the child has read. Help your child become a future global steward by reading “RISING ABOVE GLOBAL WARMING.” Global Warming Domino Effect: Global Warming disrupts millions of delicately balanced ecological relationships. There is an interconnectedness in the Web of Life.
“Make it right--
Show your child the Eco-light, and
Give them the gift of Eco-sight.” – B. J. DeFrancesco