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Saving Moka: The True Tale of a Rescued Tiger Cub

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2021 Gold Winner - Independent Book Publishers Association Benjamin Franklin Awards

Moka’s rescue from wildlife smugglers was a new beginning to his young life! This heartfelt, hardcover children’s book is the true story about Moka the tiger cub, his rescue from wildlife traffickers, and the people—and tiger friend—who helped save him. Moka was just a few weeks old when wildlife traffickers tried to smuggle him into the U.S. from Mexico. After the tiny tiger was rescued by a U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer, he was taken to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park where veterinarians and wildlife care specialists provided him with a safe and nurturing home. Moka’s life changed again when Rakan, another young tiger cub in need of a home, came to live with him at the Safari Park. But, being born into the world of wildlife trafficking would soon bring some unexpected health challenges to Moka.

Moka’s dramatic story, written by author Georgeanne Irvine, is illustrated with engaging photographs, and includes a section featuring fun facts about tigers and 10 things kids can do to help wildlife. Saving Moka, published by San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance Press, is part of its award-winning Hope and Inspiration Series.

Note: If you would like your copy signed by the author please enter "Signed" in the Gift Message/Notes box. This request may cause slight shipping delays.

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    12/07/2020
    Angel C.
    United States United States

    Endearing Story

    I loved the Saving Moka book and have read it several times to my niece. She cannot get enough of it. The graphics are vivid and story is engaging.