Suryia is not your average orangutan. In the first book about him, Suryia and Roscoe, Suryia found an unusual best friend: a dog named Roscoe. Now Suryia jumps into an unusual new hobby: swimming
Orangutans don't swim; it doesn't come naturally to them. But Suryia shows that adventures await those who are willing to try something new.
Set on a preserve for endangered animals, The Institute of Greatly Endangered and Rare Species (T.I.G.E.R.S.), here is another true tale of an original orangutan the first ever known to swim
"Fans of Suryia and his canine pal, Roscoe, will surely enjoy this…”--School Library Journal
“Suryia’s interactions with his pool pals will bring smiles to the faces of animal lovers young and old.” --Kirkus ReviewsPraise for Suryia and Roscoe: “Fans of cute animal books will be delighted.” —Booklist “Young animal lovers . . . will be eager to read about this unlikely pairing between a stray dog and an orangutan in a wildlife preserve. . . . The clean, photo album–like design, high-interest topic, accessible text and captivating images will likely garner Suryia and Roscoe legions of new friends.” —Kirkus Reviews