Read About Elaine’s New Book in the AZ Daily Star

Elaine, holding her newest book in front of a glass case with her other picture books on display.

Elaine A. Powers and her recently released book, Guam: Return of the Songs, were featured in the Home & Life section of the Arizona Daily Star on Sunday, June 12, 2022. This is her 27th picture book and first to be presented both in English and the Guamian language of Chamorro. The article touts the the books conservation focus, as it “looks at Guam’s efforts to control the population of brown tree snakes — which have radically changed the island’s ecosystem since they came as cargo-ship stowaways during World War II.”

Read the entire article online at Tucson.com

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