Rancho Santa Margarita, CA, March 25, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Davis Virtual Assistance has published a charming series of short story books to teach children about animal rescue and adoption.
"Mrs. Morgan Rescues…" is a short story series of e-books available on Kindle that introduce the characters Mrs. Morgan of Savannah, Georgia, her rescue dog Cinnamon and her eleven year old next door neighbor Bree. This trio works together with a local veterinarian, Dr. Perkins, to care for injured and abandoned wild and domestic animals. Each book features a single or set of animals needing special care or a foster home. Children will learn about caring for injured or newborn animals and will be taken through the journey of releasing an animal to the wild or finding a permanent adoptive home.
The fictional Mrs. Morgan and her husband owned a veterinary clinic and when her husband died Mrs. Morgan retired early to devote her time to animal rescue. She has both the skills and the training to help a variety of animals. Next door neighbor Bree is an aspiring veterinarian who loves animals and helps Mrs. Morgan as much as she can.
Some books include Mrs. Morgan taking the animal(s) to a local elementary school where she teaches the children about the animal(s) and talks about adoption and rescue.
The author says, "I have such a passion and commitment to the animal rescue and adoption community that I wanted to share my enthusiasm with children. Studies show that children who are compassionate towards animals learn the building blocks for better relationships as adults."
Readers can find character biographies, pictures and information about animal rescue and adoption at http://www.MrsMorganRescues.com. Review copies are available upon request and the series may be promoted by affiliates of the Amazon Associates program.
About The Author
Bonnie Jo Davis of Davis Virtual Assistance began writing short stories at an early age and has been published dozens of times online and offline. She is an avid reader who has worked for and supports her local animal rescue organization. She lives in Southern California with her family and two dogs.