THE STORY OF SEEDS: FROM MENDERS GARDEN TO YOUR PLATE, AND HOW THERE”S MORE OF LESS TO EAT AROUND THE WORLD
February 14, 2017
Nancy Castaldo has written books about our planet for over 20 years.
Her 2016 title THE STORY OF SEEDS: From Mendel’s Garden to Your Plate, and How There’s More of Less To Eat Around The World introduces older readers to the importance of seeds, farming, and the crisis we currently face.
Her latest BEASTLY BRAINS: Exploring How Animals Think, Talk, and Feel Is being released this month. Other books include Crystal Kite Award winner SNIFFER DOGS: How Dogs (and Their Noses) Save the World and MISSION POLAR BEAR RESCUE.
Her research has taken her all over the world from the Galapagos to Russia and she loves sharing her adventures with her readers. She has conducted programs at the Boston Children’s Museum, Atlanta Zoo, Tennessee Aquarium, among others and has spoken at the Science Teachers Association of New York State and New England Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.
Nancy is a recipient of the New York State Outdoor Education Association’s Art and Literature award.