The Baby Red Squirrel Rescue (Animal Adventure Club 3)
Also available as: Paperback
If there’s a wild animal in trouble, the Animal Adventure Club is here to help!
Isla, Buzz, Gracie and Lexi love helping the rangers at their local nature reserve — and they love animals! When they go on an island camping trip, they find three lost baby squirrels. But the Animal Adventure Club’s boat has floated away and they’re stranded! Can the team conquer their worry and disappointment and pull together to rescue themselves and the little red squirrels?
This heart-warming adventure story about friendship and nature is perfect for all animal-loving children who enjoy the Holly Webb and Animal Rescue books.
The latest book in this exciting new series for young environmentalists follows the adventures of the Animal Adventure Club as they care for wild animals in Scotland, and learn about themselves along the way.
Praise for the Animal Adventure Club series:
'Perfect for children embarking on their first independent reading journey. The story is exciting, and it's great to have an outdoor setting and caring characters who feel familiar.
Crucially, Hannah George's pictures are lovely and plentiful, and the language and pace of the story are comfortably manageable for newer readers.'
-- Roaring Reads
'While this book certainly will appeal to animal lovers, it also does a nice job of injecting expected norms for working successfully in a group and the importance of accepting others and being empathetic.'
-- Youth Services Book Review
'A lovely tale of friendship, kindness and the importance of empathy with a very relevant message about taking care of our wildlife and environment at its heart... A heart-warming novel that will appeal to younger readers who love animals!'
-- Unicorns and Kelpies Blog
'Full of fascinating information about wildlife and looking after the environment, wrapped up in a great story full of excitement, adventure, friendships, and biscuits, this is a brilliant, fun read for youngsters with an interest in the great outdoors and Scotland's wildlife.'
-- John K. Fulton