Today is the official publication date for April's latest book, Touch A Butterfly: Wildlife Gardening with Kids. Welcome, April, and thank you for participating in this interview.
(Be sure to read all the way to the end to learn about a giveaway and to retrieve a discount code for book purchase).
1. You’re probably best known for your lyrical, non-fiction books for young children. Two of my personal favorites are Vulture View and Bumblebee Queen. What made you decide to write this book for adults about gardening and exploring nature with children?
Thanks for stopping by, April.
In honor of the official publication date, April's publisher, Roost Books, provided a copy of Touch a Butterfly for a giveaway. To enter, leave a comment on this post by midnight, EST on Tuesday, April 30th. I'll announce the winner on May 1st. If you Tweet it, share it on your blog, or share it on Facebook, you'll earn more chances. (Let me know you did so in the comments). I'll use the very modern system of putting your names in a hat and having my daughter pull out the winning name.
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