Praise & Reviews
"Rot in all its forms is on delightfully disgusting display in this introduction to decomposition. The tone is humorous and informal throughout, clearly relishing the gross-out factor of dead, moldy, or stinky things. Fun for pleasure reading and factual enough to satisfy science teachers, this title is recommended for anywhere young people take an interest in nature, compost, rot, and renewal.
–Sarah Stone, San Francisco Public Library"
"Rot in all its forms is on delightfully disgusting display in this introduction to decomposition...Fun for pleasure reading and factual enough to satisfy science teachers, this title is recommended for anywhere young people take an interest in nature, compost, rot, and renewal."
–Sarah Stone, San Francisco Public Library
"Even readers who don't buy the claim that 'decomposition can seem...almost magical' will come away appreciating how artfully nature moves in cycles."
"Warren provides an enjoyable if overly laudatory look at the life of Buffalo Bill Cody, founder and center of the internationally famous Wild West Show that entertained the crowned heads of Europe."
"The most comprehensive guide ever published to the sounds of North American birds."
“Delves into the mostly untapped reservoir of the English lexicon, offering readers more than top-of-mind word choices."
-Dow Jones Newsletter
"Jane Finkle, author of The Introvert’s Complete Career Guide, has written an all-encompassing guide specifically designed to clear up the misconceptions about what constitutes an introvert and how an introvert can better position themselves in business and life."
"This book is beautifully presented and very informative. The information is easy to understand and the recipes look fabulous."
“Wildlife Spectacles is captivating and entrancing in both its information on a multitude of species and the full-color photographs throughout. Their stunning beauty is as much a reason to read this book as the text is.”
"... he has created a single narrative out of experiences from various years and turned the rotating cast of science professors who helped lead the class into a composite character, "Dr. Awesome." The result is warm and witty, a resource full of information...and insights into how humans respond to encounters with the natural world."