Happy B-Earth Day to me!
Can’t believe I let this opportunity to mention a great book about one of Canada’s first environmentalists go by yesterday! I’m referring of course to Love Every Leaf: the life of landscape architect Cornelia Hahn Oberlander. I’ll blame it on being too focused on my birthday. 🙂
I’m grateful to Linda Granfield for sending me Tundra’s Earth Day blog post “for [my] scrapbook.” If you don’t know her work, check it out. You’ll see why she thinks in those terms – why scrapbooks have been key to the books she has written, for starters – and why more of us (including me) should keep them.
Kathy Stinson is the author of the classic Red Is Best and the award-winning The Man with the Violin. Her wide range of titles includes picture books, non-fiction, young adult fiction, historical fiction, horror, biography, series books, and short stories. She has met with her readers in every province and territory of Canada, in the United States, Britain, Liberia, and Korea. She lives in a small town in Ontario.
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