In the Wake of the Willows (2nd Edition): A Sequel to Kenneth Grahame's, The Wind in the Willows

Frederick Gorham Thurber (Author) Amy Thurber (Illustrator)
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Product Details

Price
$22.95
Publisher
Cricket Works Press
Publish Date
April 01, 2020
Pages
164
Dimensions
5.98 X 9.02 X 0.5 inches | 0.91 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781734501902
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About the Author

Frederick Thurber earned a BA degree from Brown University. After moving to Westport, Massachusettes he wrote about the wildlife of the Southcoast for over 20 years through his weekly column, "Woods & Waters" in the Dartmouth Chronicle and Westport Shorelines. He has also been a guest nature columnist in the Providence Journal, and produced an audio version of his nature essays for Rhode Island Public Radio. Thurber began his writing career during the Striped Bass collapse of the 1980's where he was a passionate advocate, and voice for their conservation. His discoveries with Geoff Dennis regarding the foraging habits of the Hermit Thursh have been published in a technical birding (ornithological) journal The Wilson Bulletin. Frederick Thurber earned a BA degree from Brown University. After moving to Westport, Massachusettes he wrote about the wildlife of the Southcoast for over 20 years through his weekly column, "Woods & Waters" in the Dartmouth Chronicle and Westport Shorelines. He has also been a guest nature columnist in the Providence Journal, and produced an audio version of his nature essays for Rhode Island Public Radio. Thurber began his writing career during the Striped Bass collapse of the 1980's where he was a passionate advocate, and voice for their conservation. His discoveries with Geoff Dennis regarding the foraging habits of the Hermit Thrush have been published in a technical birding (ornithological) journal The Wilson Bulletin. This is his first book.
Amy Thurber grew up in the woods of Central Connecticut, where her father taught her geology, ecology, fishing, and the wisdom of the woodland creatures, trees, and wildflowers. After earning a BFA degree in Illustration from Rhode Island School of Design, she moved to Little Compton, Rhode Island, and then Westport, Massachusetts. Her illustrations and graphic designs have appeared in local publications, and with her husband's nature columns. She has also dabbled in farming, and now grows unusual plants to create her leaf pottery. She currently resides in Massachusetts, with her husband, son, pet cat, pet dove, and 10 beloved hens.