Author Champions the Cause of Marine Life Protection for Young Readers
New Children’s Book Supports Cetaceans
Simon James House, author, businessman and designer is launching his first children’s book, Andee The Aquanaut: Guardian of the Great Seas (Andee The Aquanaut Trilogy’s) (AMAZON ASIN: B00KI2GXJC).
House, who divides his time between London and Sydney Australia is the president of FreeForma Apparel, a 100% Organic Street Clothing line and the creator and designer of the classic surf / skateboard FreeForma bike. He is an avid surfer and a member of the marine life rights group Protectors of Whales and Dolphins based in Ireland.
As more people step forward to end the yearly Japanese dolphin slaughter as well as demand the release of dolphins in captivity, House says he is hoping his book inspires future generations to know and respect these gentle and highly intelligent creatures as much as he does. To that end, the author supports cetaceans in distress by donating a percentage of profits from sales of the Andee the Aquanaut Trilogy to worthy marine life organizations worldwide.
The book, an action adventure for kids ages 6 through 12, centers on a young boy who lives on an island with his marine biologist parents. Andee’s friends are two young dolphins named Tingo and Tango who come to Andee’s rescue after a storm pushes him out to sea. Andee soon makes his way to the Marine Kingdom; the Lost City where he finds that his purpose is to assist and protect all marine life.
Andee The Aquanaut: Guardian of the Great Seas is the first book in the Trilogy with the second book’s release later this summer. Production of the print and audiobook is currently underway.
House invites his young readers and their parents to download his book free on July 20 and July 21 from Amazon US http://www.amazon.com/Andee-Aquanaut-Guardian-Great-Trilogys-ebook/dp/B00KI2GXJC and Amazon UK http://www.amazon.co.uk/Andee-Aquanaut-Guardian-Great-Trilogys-ebook/dp/B00KI2GXJC.
The press is encouraged to download the author’s media kit available on his website and to contact him by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or his publicist in the US. Marine life rights groups are also welcome to send inquiries via the website.
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