Nancy Rivest Green was a reader at age three, and a writer by age nine. Those two activities have been entwined in her being for as long as she can remember. Add in her enchantment with nature, beginning from her earliest memories, and she hasn’t really changed much through these many years.
In her new book to be published December 2016, Nancy Rivest Green takes a foray into non-fiction in this, her second book.
She describes her personal encounters with wildlife in nature, and presents scientific research on each creature for greater understanding. Animal stories have wide appeal, and most people have a few tales of their own to tell.
But Nancy shares a unique perspective drawn from a lifetime of living in national parks with her ranger husband, in addition to her international travels through other world-wide wilderness areas. Come along on these intimate discoveries and reflections immersed in their landscapes. Wilderness is also a character in these stories of top-tier species – some of which are sliding toward the brink of extinction.
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Books are currently available at:
Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff, Arizona
Barefoot Cowgirl Books, Flagstaff, Arizona
Amazon – Available online
Buy at Amazon
Vishnu Temple Press, Flagstaff, Arizona – Available Online
Buy at Vishnu Temple Press
I can also mail you a copy (postage & packaging fees will apply). Contact me here.
Information about the book tour for “Stalking the Wild Dragonfly – Stories of Experiences in Nature”.
On Friday, May 12, 2017, Nancy was fortunate enough to be a featured guest on Sandy & Friends.
Listen to an interview on KXCI with Nancy recorded on Feb. 12, 2017.
This review by Don Lago was published in the Grand Canyon Historical Society Bulletin.
Read the new article by Erin Ford in the Grand Canyon News about Stalking the Wild Dragonfly!
The Arizona Daily Sun recently published this article title, “New books by area authors or with area topics make great gift ideas” and Stalking the Wild Dragonfly got the nod!