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Coming This Spring: 'Curious Kids Nature Guide"

Cover Reveal! Pub date May 2, 2017.

If you have a little kid with big curiosity and endless questions about the amazing array of critters and plants sharing our lush NW environment, 'Curious Kids Nature Guide: Exploring the Amazing Outdoors of the Pacific Northwest' will likely provide answers to his or her questions and spark many more.

Filled with full-color illustrations and fun facts about the natural wonders of the Pacific Northwest, the guide is organized by habitat - forest, salt-water beaches, fresh water and backyards/urban parks - and will teach kids (and parents) about some of the most amazing flora, fauna and natural phenomena found in our region.

About the Author
Fiona Cohen is a long-standing volunteer with Seattle Audubon, has connections with Seattle Parks, North Cascades Institute, Washington Library Media Association, and other local nature groups in Washington and British Columbia. 

About the Illustrator
A science illustrator, writer, and educator, Marni Fylling has a BS in zoology from UC Davis and a graduate certificate in natural science illustration from UC Santa Cruz. Her favorite thing to do is explore tide pools--although sketching insects and wildflowers (or just about anything else) is a close second.

Publisher: Little BigFoot: Sasquatch Books 

Pub date: May 2, 2017

Preorder here


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