The Weekly 411 (6/17/22)
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We are excited to feature author Emily Thiede and her debut YA novel, This Vicious Grace (Wednesday Books) out on June 28. Enter to win a copy!
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We are excited to feature author Adam Lehrhaupt and his new picture book, There Was a Hole! (Sleeping Bear Press April 2022) Enter to win a copy!
Picture Book Giveaway
We are pleased to host a giveaway of the picture book, Animal Allies: 15 Amazing Women in Wildlife Research, by Elizabeth Pagel-Hogan (Chicago Review Press, 2022). Enter to win a copy in the Rafflecopter below.
About the Book: These 15 women work with animals on land, air, and sea. Corina Newsome is saving seaside sparrows while Michelle LaRue uses satellites to study Antarctic birds. Lizzy Lowe takes on what many fear in researching spiders, and Erin Ashe lives out the dream of many studying dolphins and whales. Kristen Hecht chases the elusive hellbender amphibian while Enikö Kubinyi uses robots to get information on wolf pups. These women are working on issues that intersect with biodiversity, species conservation, biology, and more. They stand out for their work in their fields and are also dedicated to science communication to share their knowledge with others. They challenge the assumptions of who a scientist is and what a scientist looks like.These diverse, modern women are pushing the boundaries of their scientific fields while empowering others to pursue their dreams.
About the Author: Elizabeth Pagel-Hogan is an author and teacher from Pittsburgh, PA. She loves exploring history and science and has been a science educator on stage and a historical re-enactor at museums. Now, she gets to continue being curious as an author! She’s written a dozen fiction and nonfiction books and graphic novels. She’s written for textbooks and online educational content. She writes fiction, nonfiction, crafts, and recipes for magazines, including her favorite: Highlights for Children. She is the Regional Advisor for SCBWI Pennsylvania: West and represented by Miranda Paul.
Elizabeth lives with her family and pet schnoodle. She loves board games, birding, and baking. She’s a lifelong runner, avid community scientist, and can usually deliver the punchline.
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I enjoy reading about science topics in picture books. Thank you for the chance to win a copy.ReplyDelete
I can't wait to read Animal Allies. It sounds intriguing.ReplyDelete
Animal Allies sounds like a fantastic book--I can't wait to read it!ReplyDelete
I have a group of fourth grade students who love to read biographies of strong females. This would be perfect for them!ReplyDelete
I'm so excited for Animal Allies! I have a request in at my library but am excited for the chance to win a copy of my own :)ReplyDelete
Animal Allies would be perfect for my son's title 1 Montessori school.ReplyDelete