Jake is a young boy living happily with his dad in their lakeside home, until one winter night he begins to hear strange sounds up above him. As the noises get louder and louder each night, Jake becomes convinced that wild creatures must be living in their attic! But his father thinks he is just imagining things, so Jake must endure the strange noises that keep him awake every night. Meanwhile, the animal party in the attic is getting really out of hand! Jake will have to do his own investigating to find out what’s really going on. Filled with fun sound effects and hilarious illustrations, Animals in the Attic explores the problems of urban animals in an uproariously funny fashion. An entertaining look-find comes in the form of a tiny spider hidden on every page. Our educational section gives insight into each animals’ life-cycle and behaviours, and offers advice on what to do if you happen find these Canadian animals visiting your home or yard! Animals in the Attic is a hilarious and engaging read for children ages 3-7. Born and raised in North Vancouver, BC, Jennifer Harrington earned a BA in Anthropology with a minor in Environmental Studies at the University of Victoria. Her love for the environment and her home province is evident in her work as an illustrator, writer, graphic designer and publisher. Her publishing company, Eco Books 4 Kids, is devoted to creating entertaining children’s books about Canadian wildlife with associated educational resources. She is the author of Spirit Bear and ABC: Animal Babies of Canada, and she illustrated the best-selling children’s book series A Moose in a Maple Tree, which includes the titles A Moose in a Maple Tree, The Night Before a Canadian Christmas and Canadian Jingle Bells. Jennifer offers educational presentations with Spirit Bear and ABC: Animal Babies of Canada, and Christmas concerts with her Moose in a Maple Tree series.