Michael Schor has announced the official release of his all-new children’s book ‘Sarah Kitty’s Rescue Adventure.’ This new book captures young readers with a heartwarming tale that entertains while educating children about the importance of compassion, empathy, and animal welfare.
Schor is a well-known photographer whose works have been featured in the Smithsonian and the New York Historical Society. He’s also the owner of a television production agency and has created two 24-hour channels, both of which are called “The Rescue Channel” and feature stories of rescues and adoptions from around the world. Both are accessible for free via Roku and Amazon Fire TV.
Schor is also the founder of Rescue Today, a New York City-based non-profit organization that provides critical care and support for feral and abandoned cats. Rescue Today takes on cases of animal cruelty including cats in traps and cats roaming the streets with no food. Volunteers provide shelter, nutrition, medical care, and more to cats who have no one else to turn to.
‘Sarah Kitty’s Rescue Adventure’ sheds light on this truth by taking readers to the streets where Sarah, an elderly cat, has been abandoned by her owner. She grows older and weaker until one day a man attempts to feed her. He realizes Sarah needs help, so he posts her photo online. From there, adventure begins when Catman comes to the rescue.
‘Sarah Kitty’s Rescue Adventure’ is illustrated by Iva Dukić and published by Little Blessing Books, an imprint of Orison Publishers, Inc. This precious children’s story is available for purchase at Amazon, Barnes & Nobles, and other book retailers. Orison Publishers, Inc., specializes in giving authors a platform where they can share their stories, a tradition that has been carried on for the company’s 20 years in business. More information can be found at https://www.orisonpublishers.com/.
ABOUT MICHAEL SCHOR
Michael Schor is a renowned landscape photographer and founder of Rescue Today, a New York City non-profit dedicated to helping feral and abandoned cats.