Paul Burton is the creator of E is for Endangered: The ABCs of Endangered Species, a coloring book for people who love animals. Burton’s illustrations and writing are appropriate for all ages, and his book features 124 species of the more than 5,000 listed on the IUCN Red List of wildlife whose existence is threatened worldwide. Each letter in the alphabet includes the common names of vulnerable, endangered and critically endangered species in a 12″ by 15″ soft-cover coloring book. Now, Burton has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for the production and distribution of this book.
With 28 large and intricately drawn illustrations as well as informational pages about the animals included in the book, E is for Endangered is more than just a coloring book. Its perforated pages make it easy to remove the illustrations and display them on bulletin boards, as wall art or in scrapbooks or other media for teaching purposes. According to Burton, “This coloring book is a project I have wanted to create for a long time. While wildlife protection is one of my greatest passions, my purpose for making this book is to provide a fun and creative way for you and your children or friends to spend time together while giving you the tools to learn about a handful of amazing and beautiful creatures.”
As an author, illustrator, and small-business owner, Burton has more than twenty years of experience. He has already self-published one book and will take all the necessary steps to streamline this publication process as well.
The Kickstarter campaign, located on the web at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/oddburton/a-coloring-book-for-people-who-love-animals, will offer pledge levels from $19 to $10,000, with rewards including single copies of the coloring books to bulk packs for donations to schools.
For more information on the individual rewards associated with each pledge level, visit the Kickstarter page.
About E is for Endangered:
E is for Endangered is a creative coloring book suitable for children and adults featuring illustrations and writing by Paul Burton. Now, the creator of this educational book has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds.