I had already enjoyed Paul’s first children’s book, “Harry Hawksbill helps his friends”, and now I have the opportunity to read Paul’s second book, “Gracie Green Turtle finds her beach” with my little granddaughter.
Paul’s colourful underwater photography illustrates the story for the reader, and while you read about poor Gracie’s plight looking for a beach so she can lay her eggs, you learn a little bit about sea turtles and the challenges they are facing as they share this planet with us humans.
It is a wonderful and playful way for a little one to learn about ocean conservation and the impact we humans have on marine life and the health of the marine eco system. My granddaughter was mesmerized by the photos of the sea turtles, and peppered me with question after question about them!
Thank you for another sweet tale to share with the kids, Paul; the more we learn, the more we love, the more we can help, because:
“People protect what they love…”
You can find Paul’s children’s books here (along with some of his scuba-thriller novels):
Paul’s local paper recently interviewed him about his diving, underwater photography, and books:
by Jill Smith