Miniworld Adventures: The Dolphin Rescue

What happens when a few teens tackle a perilous problem?

     As soon as four girls find out that dolphins are in terrible trouble in a cove in Japan, they use their special powers to attempt a terrifying rescue. But the teens hit a big, scary snag—they discover that the cove has a dangerous mystery to solve first! A chilling secret lurks deep in the sea. It is a race against time to find the answer, with the lives of the dolphins and the villagers alarmingly at stake.


     Sophie, Emily, Taylor, and Lindsey are girls with a life mission: they save animals in peril and protect the environment. Like most teens, they love hanging out and having fun together, but they also can quickly turn into their favorite animals to squelch their enemies in the Animal Cruelty Club.


     How can they best help the dolphins and the people they meet in Japan? What is the frightening mystery of the cove? Journey with them as they make friends in Japan, learn about Japanese culture, and spread the message that dolphins are intelligent beings.


     Each book in the series is about the dilemma of how meet people’s needs—yet treat all creatures fairly and take care of our planet. So join the girls and boys of Miniworld as they take on tough issues!

When will the book be available?

The book will be out by the Fall of 2018. To be informed when the book is available, click the button below to sign up for our email subscription. The print book can be ordered from this website, or Pathway Book Service (800-345-6665), or Amazon. Its e-book can be ordered from Amazon. The ISBN order number of the print book is 978-1-7323408-0-0. The ISBN order number of the Kindle e-book is 978-1-7323408-2-4.


Testimonial

“A delight-filled book! Imagine a world where different living beings can thrive. Emily, Lindsey, Sophie, and Taylor model for today’s world that every choice we make can help build the world we want.”

Dr. Paul Waldau

Anthrozoology graduate program, Professor and Director at Canisius College