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Local Danbury Author Gives Kids More than Just a Good Story

Local Author Highlights the Environment and Endangered Animals

Australian Fantasy Adventures, Where Endangered Animal Heroes Roam the Pages!

"The Gift of Sunderland: An Australian Fantasy Adventure is epic fantasy at its finest, and it's most highly recommended." Readers' Favorite Review

Jeanne E. Rogers, a local author, writes not just for fun, but also to educate readers about endangered animals. Her books, The Gift of Sunderland and The Sword of Demelza, have been recognized with multiple awards for children’s literature.

Jeanne E. Rogers is dedicated to educating her readers to environmental issues and endangered animals. She does this by writing a fast-paced adventure and then creating a glossary at the back of her books. The glossaries provide factual information and web sites where readers can go to learn more about the flora and fauna mentioned within her stories. The books are available online at amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com both in print as an eBook.

“In an eclectic combination of entertainment and environmental education, children’s author J.E. Rogers transports readers Down Under with her award-winning Australian Fantasy Adventures series, The Sword of Demelza and The Gift of Sunderland.

- Melissa Fales - Story Monsters Ink, Publication - Back to School Edition-September 2015

Jeanne E. Rogers is dedicated to providing young readers with a message about protecting animals. She also maintains a weekly blog where she provides pictures and information about unusual or endangered animals, often quoting the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

For more information on “The Gift of Sunderland or The Sword of Demelza,” to receive a review copy, or schedule an interview with Jeanne E. Rogers, please contact her at 203-743-7924 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Visit her website at http://warriorechidna.blogspot.com

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