I often listen to audio books, especially while driving or doing household chores. My brother loves the books by the author Carl Hiaasen. I had never read anything he had written until a week ago. When I saw "Hoot" on the shelf at the library I decided to give it a try. Not only is it a great summer read, but is all about how some kids get involved to try to stop the destruction of an owl habitat. (I guess they also made it into a film, although I haven't seen it just yet.)
I hope everyone age 14 and older will read this book and take to heart the idea that even a single individual can make a difference in helping to save our planet and the creatures that live here.
Please let me know what you think.