Everglades Sunrise II

Everglades Sunrise II

Everglades Sunrise II

Everglades Sunrise II

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Everglades Sunrise II

You and your family can connect to nature with poems and photos that turn ospreys, owls, dragonflies and gators into rock stars. Even the baby egrets and wood storks think they are hot stuff! Share the joy of four grandmothers who created Everglades Sunrise II:

A fun, inspiring exploration of the Florida Everglades and wetlands.

Bird, insect, reptile and plant personalities engage us through photos on every page.

Over 25 nature poems link us to the lives of black-bellied whistling ducks, roseate spoonbills and butterflies.

Share with your kids and grandkids. Read a nature poem out loud. Compose a group poem. Be wowed by fascinating, poetic thoughts.

Your purchase includes a donation to local environmental organizations that preserve and protect the Florida Everglades and wetlands.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798218039660
Publisher: Lisabeth Reynolds Publishing
Publication date: 08/26/2022
Pages: 62
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.16(d)

About the Author

Nature poetry, a children's nature book about the animals of the Amazon jungle, a novel on spiritual awakening form the body of Lisabeth's written work. A professional caring clown, journal writing instructor and lecturer, Lisabeth loves visiting the Florida Everglades early in the morning. The sunrises, mists, unique tropical plants, birds and wildlife breathe life into her poetry. Her first book "Everglades Sunrise" helped to support Friends of the Everglades founded by Everglades advocate/author Marjory Stoneman Douglas. She enjoys meeting people who care about the environment and is a nature enthusiast like her grandfather, Harris "Pete" Reynolds. the founder of the New England Forestry Foundation (https://newenglandforestry.org). A member of Phi Beta Kappa, Lisabeth graduated from Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY. She resides in Boynton Beach and Lee, MA, two magnificent settings where she creates and thrives. Connect with Lisabeth at www.lisabethreynolds.com

The photographs of Ilene Sokol reflect her life and her spirit. She combines her passion for nature with her love of photography and digital art. She lived in New England most of her life, drawn to the ocean and mountains. After moving to South Florida fifteen years ago, now living near the northern edge of the Everglades, she is captivated by the abundant wildlife and the awesome vistas so close to her home. Armed with her camera, she routinely visits the wetlands nearby where she finds serenity and delight. Her work features birds, wildlife and landscapes but, she describes her style as "eclectic" because there are so many subjects and techniques to explore. She enjoys taking some of her subjects beyond the photograph into a hybrid realm of photo-artistry that includes painterly effects and other techniques. For Ilene, the act of creating is the journey.

Being out in nature has always been important to Carol Anne Ances - wandering the woods as a child, watching dragonflies around a pond, smelling the fall leaves and hearing them drop softly to the ground. All are wonderful memories of growing up in New England. As an adult, Carol Anne spends time in Sanibel, Florida in the winter, enjoying Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge where she watches large flocks of white pelicans migrate side by side with all the human 'snowbirds.' Often, roseate spoonbills fly so close to her that she can hear the soft sound of their wings as they pass overhead. On trips to Florida's east coast, she was introduced to Wakodahatchee and Green Cay Wetlands. Here, egrets, ibis, wood storks and herons are in full mating splendor, followed by their nesting and raising of chicks. Taking photos of what she experiences in nature seals these memories so she can share them with others. She feels an increased sense of satisfaction when others share the beauty.
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