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.
- Blessings from the flowers. https://t.co/KBpFkjopj8twitter 11 hours ago
- My friends are telling me BABY ANIMALS TAKE A BATH is the perfect baby shower gift, along with a hooded bath towel… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…twitter 1 month ago
- Glad Baby Animals Take a Nap is doing well in Amazon rankings, but Babies need BATHES too!Baby Animals Take a Bath… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…twitter 1 month ago
Author Archives: Marsha Diane Arnold
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
Land. Growing up in a Kansas farming community I was surrounded by lots of it – beautiful, flat plains full of golden wheat. Here in California, my friend Jean and I often walk the land in Marin and Sonoma County, both havens … Continue reading
September 26th marks the 30th anniversary of the discovery of what was believed to be the last 24 wild black-footed ferrets in North America. Hooray for our beloved black-footed ferrets. The Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute has learned so much about … Continue reading
Each of us is part of the earth. With that blessing comes responsibility. Each of us must do our part to protect our earth, its resources, its wildlife. Some people celebrate Earth Day on March 20th, the first day of … Continue reading