Kids just like you are making a difference in the lives of animals every day. They're rescuing homeless pets, raising money for shelters and charities, making jewelry and holding bake sales to support animal-friendly causes, volunteering their time to educate others, and so much more. You'll be inspired by their courageous and compassionate stories, and you'll learn what you can do to help make the world a better place for our furry and feathered friends.
Loaded with lots of color photos and friendly information you can trust, the ASPCA Kids books were written by animal lovers for animals lovers—just like you.
About the Author
Sheryl L. Pipe, PhD, is the senior director of humane education at the ASPCA. In this position she writes articles and the curriculum for courses, presents workshops at local and national conferences, initiates projects, and oversees the work of a department of seven talented staff members. Sheryl has had companion animals her entire life. She lives in New Jersey with her husband, David, a son, Joshua, a dog named Bailey, and cats from A to Z: Alex, Maxine, Moshe, Samantha, and Zachary.
Table of ContentsChapter 1: Compassionate Kids.
Read about young people who inspired their schools, started businesses, raised money, and found homes for animals in need.
Chapter 2: Shelter Helpers.
At animal shelters across America, kids are helping out by working with the animals, raising money, making the shelters more comfortable, and educating others.
Chapter 3: Animal Advocates.
Sometimes, kids can make really big things happen. From getting lifesaving vests for police dogs to changing local laws to speaking up for animals in public, kids have been busy working for animals.
Chapter 4: All Creatures Great and Small.
Animals in wild habitats, zoos, and circuses need help, too. These kids found creative ways to help all kinds of wild and endangered species.
About the Authors.
About the ASPCA.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Excellent and thought provoking for young animal advocates!