A Pocket Guide to Pigeon Watching: Getting to Know the World's Most Misunderstood Bird
A national best selling popular science guide to a commonly seen bird, published by Workman.
“the most perfect of popular science titles” –Booklist ★starred review★
“So joyful that it’s almost effervescent”–Foreword Reviews
“a leader of the flock, brimming with wit and knowledge”–Birding Magazine
"Part field guide, part history, part ornithology primer, and altogether fun!"–Mary Roach, author of 7 New York Times Bestselling books
Flowers Are Pretty...Weird!
Butterflies are Pretty…Gross!
A picture book about butterfly science, with art by Jacob Souva, out through Tundra Books.
“A witty look at the less-beautiful characteristics of butterflies.” –Kirkus ★starred review★
Birding Is My Favorite Video Game: Cartoons about the Natural World from Bird and Moon
A collection of Bird and Moon comics published by Andrews McMeel.
“She is the rare humorist who understands nature and biology well enough to make even the most cranky birder crack a smile.” –BirdWatching Magazine
Science Comics: Solar System: Our Place in Space
"A story line infused with humor and drama . . . budding astro-tourists in middle elementary grades will happily sign up for repeat journeys.” –School Library Journal ★starred review★
The Atlas Obscura Explorer’s Guide for the World’s Most Adventurous Kid
New York Times bestseller! A thrilling expedition to 100 of the most surprising, mysterious, and weird-but-true places on earth. Published by Workman. Ages 8-12.
“Impresses the interconnectedness of the world upon readers, stoking their sense of respect, wonder, and opportunity.” –Booklist ★starred review★
If animals could speak (and text and post selfies), what would they say? A pun-filled, surprisingly scientific book out through Nat Geo Kids.
“A feast for the eye, the inquisitive young mind, and the funny bone.” –Kirkus
A graphic novel about urban nature, with art by Binglin Hu, out through Random House Graphic. Ages 7+.
“The story of these two best friends brings to life a nonfiction
adventure of finding wonder in nature everywhere, no matter where you
live.” –Here and Now (NPR)’s Summer Reading Suggestions for Children 12 and Under