New book, Ratman and Robin: The Attack of Catman and the Meows, presents rats as intelligent, caring and strategic creatures who are capable of saving lives. A stark contrast to the generalized view of rats as filthy, disgusting animals.
“For over 20 years rats have been trained and used by Apopo to detect landmines and Tuberculosis in West Africa and other parts of the world, saving thousands of lives. They are very smart and useful creatures. They have a heightened sense of intelligence and are highly attuned to social signals and can help save animals and humans,” said K.A. Bolton, the author of Ratman and Robin: The Attack of Catman and the Meows.
“I wanted to bring that awareness to kids, and adults, through Ratman and Robin in a fun, adventurous and action packed book presentation. I wanted to present a rat as a superhero, showing their strength, intelligence and ability to love and save lives. I don’t think any other book has ever done that before.”
Ratman and Robin: The Attack of Catman and the Meows is now available on Amazon worldwide for kindle and paperback editions, the official Ratman and Robin website, independent retailers and online retailers.
Ratman and Robin: The Attack of Catman and the Meows is a new children’s book which consists of 10 chapters and 130 pages and is for children 8+.