In lieu of Paul G Allens Death New Elephant Book Out

Top Quote Paul G Allen among other great conservationists in a Race to help Save The Elephants. End Quote
  • New York, NY (1888PressRelease) October 22, 2018 - Paul G Allen co-founder of Microsoft Office and founder of Vulcan Productions death brought out new awareness of the great giant elephants and their fate in a race against time.

    He was one of the great conservationists of our time. A man who truly loved elephants and wanted to help save them through spreading the word, making films through his production company, and through educating others about them.

    We have lost a great person who made a difference for the elephants. In his article Every Elephant Counts," Paul Allen lets us know that every single elephant is worth saving.

    In lieu of his death a new elephant book is out called, "The Journey of Timbo" now at Amazon, a book Jeff Bezos who mourned his death, should read, which has some of the greatest conservationists of our time. From Leonardo DiCaprio, who met Paul Allen on wildlife and climate change issues to Virginia McKenna, Founder of the Born Free Foundation who gave this book an excellent review on the Amazon UK site.

    Paul's conservation work and his voice that spoke up for the elephants will long be remembered despite his death.

    Bill Gates, Microsoft Founder and a good friend of Paul Allen's also should read The Journey of Timbo, and join the great conservationists that collaborated in this book in a race to save the elephants to continue Paul Allen's education and work to help them so that they do not become extinct in our time.

    "We have very little time left to help save them," says Author of the Journey of Timbo, Kimberly Kay Day, and we must do all we can to save every last one of them.

    In a world where the population keeps growing and animals are being threatened via habitat loss and by poaching, one book is making a difference and getting great reviews on Amazon to go down in history of the most important book of our time.

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