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Koala and Bunny: Instilling Protective Behaviours in Children Al Smith

Koala and Bunny: Instilling Protective Behaviours in Children

Al Smith

Published June 1st 2011
ISBN : 9781612041025
Paperback
38 pages
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The new informative childrens book Koala and Bunny: Instilling Protective Behaviours in Children will help kids become more aware of the special parts of their bodies. Having this information can prevent children from becoming victims of abuse. IMoreThe new informative childrens book Koala and Bunny: Instilling Protective Behaviours in Children will help kids become more aware of the special parts of their bodies. Having this information can prevent children from becoming victims of abuse. I would like to sincerely thank you for your wonderful book Koala and Bunny. Your thoughtfulness is truly appreciated. - On behalf of Terri Irwin, Australia Zoo Author Al Smith describes himself as a battler. He has been an artist for twenty years and has exhibited in some of Brisbane, Australias finest galleries. Al plays several musical instruments, and has recorded CDs that received acclaim at the Queensland Recording Association Awards. He has performed with Ray Davies of The Kinks, Lobo, and Keith Urban. The author has been a conservationist for more than 30 years and has received a commendation for his efforts by then Midnight Oil front man and A.C.F. (Australian Conservation Foundation) President Peter Garrett, A.M. In his fight to save rainforests and establish a native tree seed bank (eventually established at Mt. Annan), Al was called The Treeman by the media.He hopes his creative childrens book, with an ecological slant, will open up the minds and hearts of both young and old. Al Smith lives in Brisbane, Australia. A project dear to his heart is his mind management technique, (www.binmagic.net), which he developed into a brochure to help sufferers of schizophrenia. Approval to distribute the brochures to over 100 outlets throughout Australia, including libraries in all capital cities, took six years of effort. Read more about him at http: //www.theartofal.com