A world full of mystical beauty
Hi, I'm Jess Lohmann, Speaker for the Animals.
is a world worth saving.
Because when we respect Mother Nature and all she takes care of, is when we are at peace. Learn about my book, 'Lily Bowers & The Uninvited Guest'
Nature inspires. Nature heals. Nature needs our help.
We all know what’s going on. Global warming is real, we’re challenged with a fair distribution of money, food, water, medicine and love throughout the world. We’re depleting our natural resources faster than our dear Mother Nature can replenish them and our forests and oceans are being destroyed by big corporate greed and plastic.
Ugh, that’s a lot to take in, isn’t it?
But, just talking at the problems won’t help. We need real solutions!
Because I don’t know about you, but I want to live in a harmonious world full of healthy choices and opportunities for all animals, humans included. A world with no more child labor, sweatshops, animal abuse and testing, pesticides, GMOs, plastic and harmful chemicals on the foods, clothes, cosmetics, meds and other products we consume. And a world without poverty and war.
Do I believe in fairy dust? Absolutely!
But I also believe in the power of people and the changes we’re able to create together!
Lily Bowers and The Uninvited Guest
Mother Nature is calling upon us to work together to make our vision of a healthy planet become a reality. Can you also hear her?
I’m currently writingLily Bowers and The Uninvited Guest, the first of a middle-grade fantasy book series about the adventures of Lily Bowers.
Lily’s a young girl who discovers she has an incredible gift, but that gift comes with the challenge of trying to save someone she deeply cares for.
Coupled with the challenges of starting a new school and dealing with a bully, Lily finds strength and courage with not just a little, but a lot of help from her friends; 2 legged, 4 legged, 6 legged or more.
Lily Bowers and The Uninvited Guest is the first of a series addressing various animal rights issues. In a preteen-friendly way because my goal is not to scare and impose more grief onto others about this subject, but to inspire the younger generation to be mindful when they shop and speak for the animals and be part of the solution.