Animal Sanctuaries and Rescue Centers by Rob Laidlaw
Saving Lives and Changing Hearts

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Enraptured with raptors? Love lions? Protective of pelicans? Rob Laidlaw's latest book has something for everyone. Having exposed the cruel treatment of animals in zoos and the entertainment industry with his two previous books, Rob Laidlaw sets out to show a more positive side of the human-animal relationship: animal sanctuaries. From a bird rescue center in Los Angeles to a bear rescue center in China, this book examines numerous efforts around the world to rescue and care for animals in need.



About Rob Laidlaw

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Rob Laidlaw is a chartered biologiest and founder of Zoocheck Canada, a wildlife protection organization. Wild Animals in Captivity was a finalist for the Ontario Library Association Silver Birch Award and On Parade was the winner of the 2011 Children's Literature Roundtable Information Book Award.
Published December 10, 2012 by Fitzhenry & Whiteside. 64 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Gr 4–8—Laidlaw, a Canadian biologist and animal-rights activist, profiles a variety of sanctuaries throughout the world and the people who work to safeguard the wildlife. Examples include the elephants of a Canadian zoo that were suffering from lack of space and hostile weather conditions and wer...

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