Children's books are where I play.
I'm an author of children's books, but I also play all over the planet, learning about the amazing creatures we share our earth with.
Come along and Listen to the Earth.
- Whenever your book is in Horn Book, it's a good day. Thanks to Librarian Extraordinaire Todd McDonald for alerting… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…twitter 3 days ago
- So excited! I've been invited to L. L. Bean's during their Northern Lights festivities in Maine to sign LOST. FOUND… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…twitter 2 weeks ago
- The more I learn about the Green Prize, the more honored and grateful I am. Grateful Galapagos Girl is one of the 2… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…twitter 1 month ago
Author Archives: Marsha Diane Arnold
The Lee & Low team and I, plus six welcoming bloggers have been busy celebrating Galápagos Girl, which will be in bookstores everywhere September 18th, 2018! Thanks to all. Here are links to a few more of the blogs I’ve visited. … Continue reading
It’s National Wildlife Day, the perfect day to celebrate my newest picture book Galápagos Girl. Today we can celebrate by promoting awareness of conservation of animals and habitats…and in two other ways: 1) Enter a book giveaway of Galápagos Girl at … Continue reading
It’s the end of a long journey…and the beginning! My newest book, the bilingual Galápagos Girl comes out September 18th from multicultural publisher Lee & Low. Its journey began over ten years ago in December 2007, when I fulfilled a dream of … Continue reading
WIN A FREE AUTOGRAPHED BOOK If you’d like to win an autographed copy of my newest book May I Come In?, either contact me via my website (www.marshadianearnold.com) or private messageme on Facebook. Just write “May I Come In? drawing” in your … Continue reading
My very first post on Earthsvoices was about the heroic stand of Larry and Bette Haverfield and their work for the grasslands and the black-footed ferrets. What many ranchers in western Kansas see as a “prairie dog problem” to Larry … Continue reading
Five mile training run this morning. Jasmine, roses, eucalyptus, and evergreen flavors filled the country air.
During John Muir‘s time, artists, writers, and scientists went into the back country, into the wilderness. When they returned, they shared their findings and feelings with the public. “Artists in the Back Country”, a program of the Sequoia Park Foundations, … Continue reading