Rexair the Bear

“Rexair the Bear”

Rexair Cover 2 smMy newest Children’s Picture Book is based on a true story, about a young black bear living in the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains.

One day, way out in the country, Rexair, a young and very hungry black bear looked for food. His curiously sensitive black nose got him into big trouble though. You see, he sniffed out some creamy fresh milk left irresponsibly unattended, in the bottom of a large plastic pickle jar.

So excitedly, as he stuck his head into that jar, and finished his tasty snack, he found himself satisfied but in a horribly dangerous pickle-of-a-predicament. You guessed it, his furry black head was snugly stuck in the jar!

Oh no, what would he do? How in the world would he survive this terrible situation he understandably got himself into. Can Rexair, this silly black bear be successfully rescued? Will he get the help he so desperately needs? Or will he give up on the most important fight of his magnificently wild and free life…

“Rexair the Bear” is a heartwarming true story that will inspire you and your children to persevere and to never give up on life, no matter what life drops into your own beautifully unique life’s journey. Rexair will become an endearing character for your children to love, hug and look up to. Through my series, they will learn about the American Black Bear, their wildlife friends, and needed natural habitats. You can use Rexair’s remarkable story to teach your children the importance of not littering, and taking responsibility for their own trash and empty containers, as well.

“Rexair the Bear” will be published October of 2018. Stay tuned for purchasing information to be posted soon!

Thank you!

Viviana May

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