Award-Winning Children’s Author Launches MONKEY SAYS, an Online Learning Platform About Earth
Award-Winning Children’s Author Launches MONKEY SAYS, an Online Learning Platform About Animals & the Environment; Susan Ring, passionate about animals and the environment gives away free e-book to celebrate Earth Day
“I have always been passionate about animals and the environment. I created MONKEY SAYS to give children a way to learn about our earth in a fun way,” said Susan Ring, Founder and CEO of MONKEY SAYS.
MONKEY SAYS’ tagline sums up the platform’s mission and quirkiness, “I care about the earth, what planet are you on?”®
You can read the book at http://www.monkeysays.net/
About MONKEY SAYS
MONKEY SAYS encourages and nurtures children's curiosity and passion for animals and nature. Through games, books, videos, and other resources, MONKEY SAYS inspires kids to develop an understanding and appreciation of the natural world. Visit http://www.monkeysays.net.
About “YIPES, STRIPES”
When Monkey, Juliet, Boo and Otis visit Africa to see zebras, Boo, as usual, finds himself in trouble. A baby zebra won’t leave him alone! Monkey figures out why the young zebra keeps following Boo and comes up with a plan. But will Monkey and his friends be able to help the baby zebra get back to its mom? Find out in “Yipes! Stripes!,” the first book in the MONKEY SAYS series of funny and informative stories.
ABOUT SUSAN RING
Susan Ring has been writing stories and songs for over 25 years. She specializes in writing for children, and has written for a wide variety of media. Susan has a proven track record in creating award-winning television programs, children’s literature, educational programs, zoo and museum exhibits and music.
Her awards include an Emmy Award, a Parents’ Choice Award, a Moonbeam Book Award, a Cine Golden Eagle, and an Environmental Media Award.
Her books have been published by Disney Publishing, Scholastic, Pearson Learning, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Steck-Vaughn, and Innovative Kids, just to name a few. Her stories have universal appeal with many of them having been translated into other languages.
Susan co-created Nickelodeon’