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Thank you for your interest in my career(s) and my books.

I like to say that science education should be fun, because fun makes learning stay with us.

Here is my biography. If you need any other information, please contact me through the form on my Contact Page.

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AUTHOR INTERVIEW:

As the President of The Tucson Poetry Society, I was interviewed by KOLD News in Tucson after Amanda Gorman performed her poem, The Hill We Climb, at President Biden’s inauguration.  I was a poet before I started writing my fun science books–and the poetry, I’ve been told, is what makes learning the science so much fun. Poetry is a big part of my life, as I am also a professional musician and singer.

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Click Image to Hear “Don’t Call Me Turtle!”

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TALES & TAILS CATEGORIES

Meet Curtis Curly-tail at You Tube!

Come hear life from a lizard's point of view!

FREE IDENTIFICATION BROCHURES

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SAVING ENDANGERED SPECIES IS UP TO ALL OF US.

This free brochure teaches how to tell the difference between the endangered Rock Iguana and the invasive Green Iguana.
ALSO available: A brochure that shows the differences between Statia’s Iguana and the Green Iguana.
Use the Email Box on my Contact Page to contact me to obtain them.

Iguana Specialist Group

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International Reptile Conservation Foundation

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International Iguana Foundation

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