World Meerkat Day

Happy World Meerkat Day everyone! Remember the 3rd Truth: Family is Survival

It is World Meerkat Day making it perfect for a book signing at Mr. Bookman, the first for The Meer Series!

Did you know, that meerkats only weight up to 2 pounds and that they can measure up to 1 foot tall when standing on their hind legs.

To learn more about meerkats check out the first book of the series Perilous Ground

Or you can visit Fellow Earthlings, a wildlife rescue dedicated to providing wayward meerkats with homes and sanctuary. You can go to their website for more information

http://www.fellowearthlings.org/

Thank you everyone for your support and have a great World Meerkat Day!

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