The World Belongs To Animals is a children’s fiction picture book written in rhyme. The books contains poems based on some of the most popular and endangered animals. The target audience for this book are kids aged 5-7 years.
The poems have been designed in a way to give basic knowledge to children about the particular characteristics of each of the animals. For example, their geographical locations, body colour and defining features of their body parts to name a few.
The book is particularly interested in informing the kids about how important the animals are and why their protection is very important. The poems in the book contain a message targeted at the conservation of animals and being their friends in a sense rather than looking at them as an instrument of fear.
The purpose of all the poems is to appeal to the kids about the better nature of the animals and to help them get accustomed to the animals in a way that only a kid can. The book aims at creating consciousness towards protection of animals.
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Born in India, Chandrakant Bhonsle is a family lawyer and a writer. Chandrakant developed a love for reading and writing at a very early age when his English teacher introduced him to the magical worlds of Shakespeare and Galsworthy. He was declared among the top twenty-five essay writers in the World Bank Essay Competition in 2007.
His wife, Veronica can best be described as a kind soul who loves to travel round the world exploring new places. Hailing from Argentina, Veronica had an experience of a lifetime when she visited the Amazon rain forest and was able to see some of the most remarkable species of the world.
The authors love children and animals. Being a couple who gives high regards to conserving the animals and the environment as a whole, they are particularly interested in informing the kids about how crucial the survival of animals are for the sustainability of the planet.