NES TO HOST AUTHOR VISIT–Steve Swinburne–Wednesday, February 11th

Steve Swinburne is an author, photographer and wild life conservationist. Steve has done research and written over 30 books about everything from sea turtles in the Caribbean, black bears in Pennsylvania, to manatees in Florida. An award winning author, Steve writes books for all ages, focusing on the nonfiction genre. During his visits, Steve discusses the process of writing using an interactive format to get children interested and involved in his presentation. He also discusses the importance of taking care of the world’s resources, more specifically animal life. As an added bonus, Mr. Swinburne plays the ukulele to the delight of all ages. Some of his books:

Safe, Warm, and Snug-how animals protect their young
Lots and Lots of Patterns-discusses patterns in nature
Turtle Tide-discusses sea turtles
Black Bear-discusses the North American Black Bear
A Butterfly Grows -discusses the life cycle of the butterfly
Armadillo Trail-discusses the life of a mother and her four pups

Please be sure to ask your child about his visit. And, a very special THANK YOU to our PTA for funding this visit!!