Who Will Roar If I Go? (If We're Gone) (Hardcover)

By Paige Jaeger, Carol Hill Quirk (Illustrator)

Boutique of Quality Books, 9781945448157, 40pp.

Publication Date: June 1, 2018

List Price: 18.95*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

Do you know what an endangered species is and why animals become endangered?

Who Will Roar If I Go? will introduce you to thirteen animals around the world who have one thing in common: they need your help. With beautiful watercolor illustrations and rhyming verse, each animal is sharing a message with you that you will remember long after reading.

"The King of the Beasts - that's my claim to fame.

I've got a big crown of hair that's called a mane."

You will meet many animals in Africa: lion, rhinoceros, and gorilla all have something to tell you.

"With black-patchy eyes, I'm chubby and cute.

I'm a lazy bear who chews bamboo shoots."

Next visit snow leopard, elephant and tiger in Asia, quetzal in South America, panda and salamander in China, red -crowned amazon and blue karner butterflies in North America, and the pangolin in Australia. Their message is simple, but very important for you, the stewards of the earth:

"We need you to care and let us live free.

Or there will be no more wild animals to see."

Who Will Roar If I Go? will introduce the basics of endangered species to young children and open up conversations of what we can all do to help.

Will you roar before they go?


About the Author

Paige Jaeger is an educator, librarian, and professional developer. She is the author of three books on Inquiry-Based Learning and sits on the Advisory Board of School Library Connection magazine. She lives in northern New York. Carol Hill Quirk has illustrated several books including A Letter From Ginger Boy, Once There Was No Easter, Sophia's School Worries, Sophia's Best Christmas, and Janie Presents Philip's Snowman.


Praise For Who Will Roar If I Go? (If We're Gone)

"A local librarian turned author, this picture book has vivid illustrations (not to mention a fantastic cover) of endangered animals and posits the title question to each of their habitats and the animals that live in them. Yes there are the usual suspects, but as an adult I learned about several species I wasn’t aware of. It’s a book that will provide a worthy conversation with a younger audience about the ever-changing landscape of our world based on natural and unnatural changes being made to it." —Alicia Abdul, timesunion.com


"Who Will Roar If I Go?" ... A Book For Every Young Researcher. From the moment I opened the book, the stories from each endangered animal hooked me and made me want to know more." —Shannon McClintock Miller, teacher/Librarian/Blogger of The Library Voice