Who Pooped in the Redwoods?

Although I'm best known now for my children's nature books (specifically the Who Pooped in the Park? series), I began in the computer and electronics world, and I've written several technical books, one of which is used as a textbook in several colleges.In 2001, I set aside my 20 years of technical and entrepreneurial management and moved to Montana to focus on my writing. My list of publications includes over two dozen books...

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Who Pooped in the Sonoran Desert?

This charming tale of Michael, Emily, and their parents as they explore the Sonoran Desert is designed to both entertain and educate. Wildlife can be elusive, and both kids are disappointed when at first they don't encounter many animals in the park. The kids quickly learn, however, that there are animals all around, and these creatures leave behind scat and tracks. Colorful illustrations of animals and their leavings supplement this lively...

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Who Pooped in the Park?

Farcountry Press announces the release of the Death Valley National Park edition of its wildly successful Who Pooped in the Park? children's book series. This charming tale of Michael, Emily, and their family as they explore Death Valley National Park is designed both to entertain and educate. Little Michael is terrified of wild animals, especially mountain lions. His sister Emily enjoys tormenting her little brother. Wildlife can be elusive,...

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Who Pooped in the Park? Shenandoah National Park

This charming tale of Michael, Emily, and their parents as they explore Shenandoah National Park is designed to both entertain and educate. Wildlife can be elusive, and both kids are disappointed when at first they don't encounter many animals in the park. The kids quickly learn, however, that there are animals all around, and these creatures leave behind scat and tracks. Colorful illustrations of animals and their leavings supplement this...

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Who Pooped in the Cascades?

The Cascade Range stretches over 700 miles from northern California to British Columbia. The mountain range is full of wildlife and volcanoes to explore, but watch where you step! The animals that live there are often hard to find but not their poop! Join Emily, Michael, May, and their parents as they examine poop (scat) and footprints (tracks) to find out who pooped in the Cascades. By examining signs left by animals, the kids learn about...

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