“Mom, What Can Be Done?” is a story of the changing environment. With stunning photographs of Northern animals, this book asks what can be done to stop the loss of habitat of our wildlife and shows that animals are also worried about their changing climate. Many suggestions are given as to how children and their families can reduce, reuse, and recycle to help curb global warming and make positive changes in their own homes.
Written by Jason Leo Bantle and Lori Nunn. Photography by Jason Leo Bantle. Published by Jason Leo Bantle Publishing.
Jason Leo Bantle is a biologist, award-winning photographer, and the owner of numerous Canadian art galleries that feature his works. His goal is to inspire in others a deeper appreciation of Mother Nature through his photography.