Miami, FL, May 18, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- There has long been a gap in the children's book offering. Nowhere have you been able to buy a book that deals with ecological and environmental issues in a fun and adventurous way.
Sure there are books about protecting the rainforest and saving the what-not animal, but they are far from fun. They are not books children aged 8-13 want to read, they're just too serious.
But what about a story about a pretty normal family that children can relate to? A family that lives a pretty normal life, thinking about what they do and how it impacts the earth and wanting to make it better, one step at a time. A family that through adventures and action really can make a difference in how we look at things?
That family is called the Panamari family and in the first book they move to Brazil. Over there they experience first hand what it is like to move far away from home and what it is like to live in a different culture. They experience all sorts of fun adventures, such as traveling to the Amazon or the Inca ruins in Peru, or even just the local beach. Everywhere they go they always try to make the world better, one step at a time.
The book, which is based on a real family and their experiences is available through the online bookstores such as Amazon.com, Barnes&Noble and xlibris.com. The ebook and wonderful illustrations can be downloaded for free at the family website www.panamari.com