March 13, 2020 We recently did a Q&A with a student putting together a conservation magazine for a school project. She asked some great questions!
Category: Book / Author News
One of the best parts of writing Marine Science for Kids (which officially releases tomorrow, June 1), was interviewing marine scientists, finding out what inspires them, and getting a glimpse into their cool careers. While we don’t want to give away all the fun tidbits we uncovered in these exclusive interviews, here’s a preview of the inspirational people we included in our latest book.
On the heels of Easter Sunday, there’s another holiday to celebrate: Earth Day 2017. Earth Day may not be as steeped in tradition as other national, international, and religious holidays, but it’s an important day for all of us who consider ourselves a part of the conservation community.
After Zoology for Kids was released in March 2015, we were blown away by the responses we received from reviewers and bloggers, parents and grandparents, teachers and homeschoolers, and kids of all ages. From start to finish, it took about two years to bring Zoology for Kids from pitch to published work, and it had been a long journey indeed.