There aren’t many animals in the world that can compete with the sheer magnificence, size, and variety of dinosaurs, pterosaurs, plesiosaurs, and other prehistoric creatures. Although their descendants are alive on earth today, not much is known about what these animals looked like, their habits and behavior, or the reason for their extinction. In fact, what we know about them is miniscule in comparison to what we DON’T know. As we continue to unearth their remains our knowledge base expands and … [Read more...] about X-Ray Dinosaurs Book Now Available!
Developing characters that are both appealing and that can teach children valuable lessons without sounding preachy isn’t always easy. Edie is one of those that endears you to her with her enthusiasm, cheerfulness, and curiosity. But this little stingray also recognizes that she is different and accepts herself as such. In the end, despite trying to accept all the good advice being given her, she realizes conformity is not for her. She wants to do things her way! Edie finally decides, at a … [Read more...] about Edie Makes a Splash
The first time I heard the words ‘hammerhead shark’ as a child, the vision it brought to mind was a large fish with the head of a hammer that hit other fish in order to kill it and eat it. Sawfish? ….A giant fish in the shape of a saw that wreaked havoc by sawing fish in half. As an adult the names like forceps crab, nurse shark, jellyfish, etc. elicit the same sort of imagination. Edie Goes The Wrong Way was a great opportunity to use these wonderful names in a fanciful and creative way, … [Read more...] about From The Perspective Of A Child