Environmental Fiction and Animal Rights Fiction novels.
Can stories save animals and the Earth? I hope so.
Animals in the Forest: The Day Terrible Things Came
A story about what wildlife do when humans move in and take their homes.
How do Dakota the deer, Rima the rabbit, Whanganui the weasel and all the other animals feel, and will they be able to outsmart the humans and their machines?
At the end of the novel, there are facts, website links and suggestions for reader involvement in saving animals, plus a list of all the environmental activists, places and tribes honoured by the novel.
The Zoo Animals’ Faraway Dream (Special Edition with Bonus Chapter)
Life behind bars. What’s it really like for Shiro the mongoose, Kolobe the warthog and Ndlovu the elephant? And what do they and the other zoo animals do when a strange animal arrives, who doesn’t live in a cage?
This is the same story as ‘The Zoo Animals’ Faraway Dream’, but this one has TWO endings so readers can explore different realities and be inspired to take action.
The Zoo Animals’ Faraway Dream
The original story about life for zoo animals. What’s it really like for animals who’ve never lived free? And what do they do when a strange animal arrives, who doesn’t live in a cage?
With an additional non-fiction section containing information and website links about caged animals for reader education and inspiration.