Welcome to the Zoo is now available.

Welcome to The Zoo is Now For Sale

Step into a captivating world of animals who tell beautiful, insightful tales. “Welcome to the Zoo” takes readers on a journey through the intricacies of life. By breaking down the most complex topics into digestible bites, the book delves into issues such as gender fluidity, transgenderism, racism, discrimination, and diversity. The book speaks a universal language of love and acceptance in simple yet eloquent language, leaving a mark on every heart that turns its pages. Drawing analogies from the animal kingdom, readers instantly connect with the essence of each story, learning valuable life lessons along the way.

About the Author

I was born in 1982 and raised in British Columbia. At present, I live in Newfoundland and Labrador. I am a former registered nurse and an avid dog lover. I attended Vancouver Island University and hold a bachelor of science in nursing degree. I live with PTSD.

I am also the author of books, I Wish I Could Forget, and Wizard War: An Introduction to Magic. My latest book, A Nurse’s Story, my latest captivating book is now available for you to enjoy. But that’s not all!
My new book “Welcome to the Zoo” is available on Amazon.

The book revolves around stories about animals through 30 heartwarming and enchanting stories in our anthology. Join me on a journey of discovery, empathy, and wonder as we uncover the remarkable stories of creatures big and small, each with their own unique adventures to share.
This anthology is a must-read for all ages. Immerse yourself in the beauty of our planet’s animal inhabitants and be inspired by their extraordinary lives.

My Books

In this powerful and inspiring memoir, Paul Smith takes readers on a journey through his life as a nurse, from his early days as a young nursing student to his years as an experienced healthcare professional.



Welcome To The Zoo: 30 short stories about animals, sometimes funny

A Captivating Holiday Escape for Kids

‘Welcome to the zoo’ by Paul Smith is a heartwarming collection of 30 short animal stories, that beautifully showcases the enchanting world of animal friendship. Through its captivating tales, it imparts valuable lessons of love, courage, and power of diversity that draws children and young readers into an immersive realm of fantasy. From the brave lions to devoted rabbits and vibrant unicorns, the pages take readers on a delightful journey through richly described animal habitats, leaving an indelible mark on young minds. The tales inspire a connection with the wonders of the animal kingdom, fostering meaningful friendships rooted in acceptance and an appreciation for differences.

Author Paul’s writing is an intriguing fusion of fun and adventure, skillfully employing simple and accessible language. His vivid portrayal of animal behavior across various scenarios renders the work universally appealing, making it a perfect fit for readers of all ages. This engaging narrative serves as an invaluable resource for parents, teachers, and caregivers, offering a enthralling experience that seeks to instill kindness and empathy in the hearts of young readers.

With its charming characters and masterfully crafted world-building, ‘Welcome to the zoo’ by Paul Smith is sure to inculcate important life lessons through the magic of storytelling. Embarking on this literary safari is a journey towards not just entertainment but a profound understanding of the world around us. A spell binding read that promises joy and imagination, this 5-star wonder is the ultimate holiday gift for young readers.

A Nurse’s Story – Book Intro

In this powerful and inspiring memoir, Paul Smith takes readers on a journey through his life as a nurse, from his early days as a young nursing student to his years as an experienced healthcare professional.

With vivid and emotional storytelling, Smith takes readers into the world of nursing, sharing the highs and lows of his career. He describes the joy of helping patients heal and the heartbreak of losing them. He shares his challenges in a sometimes-hostile work environment and how he found strength in his colleagues and patients.

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