Zeke and his Mum are cloud watching and talking about breathing when Zeke decides he wants to thank the trees and algae for giving us oxygen. He thanks the tree with a hug, but algae are too small to thank the same way, so Zeke has the idea of fishing rubbish out of the ocean as a way of thanking algae. Mum, Zeke and Ky make some fishing nets and go the tidal creek where Zeke learns that all life in interconnected.
Gwynneth Beasley lives in Queensland, Australia, with her husband and two young boys. As a family, they spend most of their time connecting with nature in ways that are active, creative and adventurous. To this extent, the stories in the Zeke and Ky Series are inspired by true events. For a peek into the life of the author, or to be kept informed of new releases in this series, you are welcome to visit the blog of Gwynneth Beasley on Typepad.