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This nature book features two teens who try to stop a developer from cutting down mangroves on Sandpiper Key in Florida. This key is prime habitat for nesting birds and fish. Will the roseate spoonbill lose its habitat? Can Sadie save the nest? “The author’s stunning photography and lively text shine forth in this coming of age story.” Betsey Koscher


About the Author

Mary Lundeberg
RiverGulf Englewood, Florida, U.S.A.

As a wildlife photographer and writer, I connect people with nature through photos and stories. My goal as a photographer is to create appreciation for the beauty and fragility of this planet, especially water ecosystems, such as the rivers in Wisconsin, the lakes in Minnesota, the estuaries in Florida and the disappearing glaciers in Antarctica. My photographs have been exhibited in juried art galleries in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Florida, and published in books, calendars, and newspapers.
The children’s books I create are designed to enhance interest in the natural world and conservation. As a former K-12 reading teacher, professor and co-leader of the Literacy Achievement Research Center at Michigan State University, I understand the connection between science and literacy. I have published over 80 articles, three books and numerous photographs and won awards from state, national and international associations. See Amazon for other children's books, such as Spirit of the Swan.

Publish Date  June 27, 2014

Dimensions  Standard Landscape  28 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Children

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