The Man Who Flies with Birds (Minneapolis, MN: Kar-Ben Publishing, 2009).  This unique nature book, based on Yossi Leshem's research, offers new insights into the science of migration and examines the impact of changing ecological and cultural conditions on birds.

The Restless Sea (Carole G. Vogel's six-book series on the ocean:)

Dangerous Crossing       Human Impact       Ocean Wildlife       Savage Waters       Shifting Shores       Underwater Exploration

     Breast Cancer: Questions & Answers for Young Women (Brookfield, CT: Twenty-First Century Books, 2001). A revised edition of the award-winning book, Will I Get Breast Cancer: Questions & Answers for Teenage Girls.

   Weather Legends: Native American Lore and the Science of Weather (Brookfield, CT: Millbrook Press, 2001). Native American myths of the origin of interesting weather occurrences, juxtaposed with an explanation of the meteorological forces that create weather.

   Nature’s Fury: Eyewitness Reports of Natural Disasters (New York: Scholastic Reference, 2000). First person accounts showing the courage, ingenuity, and resilience of survivors in the face of natural disaster.

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     Legends of Landforms: Native American Lore and the Geology of the Land (Brookfield, CT: Millbrook Press, 1999). Native American myths of spectacular landforms, such as the Grand Canyon and Niagara Falls, juxtaposed with the geological explanations of how the landforms originated.

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   Inside Earth (Needham, MA: Prentice Hall, 2000). Part of Prentice Hall’s new Science Explorer series for the middle grades. Contributed narrative text (as opposed to the experiments and activities). Subjects include plate tectonics, volcanoes, earthquakes, rocks and minerals.

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   Shock Waves Through Los Angeles: The Northridge Earthquake (Boston: Little Brown, 1996). A photo essay which describes the cause and impact of the massive 1994 earthquake in L.A. According to Booklist, “Vogel adeptly walks the line between scientific information and the irresistible fascination with disasters… and she puts it all at child level.”

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     The Great Midwest Flood (Boston: Little Brown, 1995). A photo essay which captures the drama and tension of the summer of 1993 when flooding in the Mississippi River basin devastated river communities in the Midwest.

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   Will I Get Breast Cancer? Questions and Answers for Teenage Girls (Parsippany, NJ: Silver Burdett Press, 1995). This book addresses concerns teenage girls may have about breasts, cancer, and how breast cancer is diagnosed and treated, with an emphasis on risk reduction and detection.

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   We Shall Not Forget: Memories of the Holocaust (Lexington, MA: Temple Isaiah, 1994). Served as compiler, editor, and a contributor for this 500-page book containing 42 essays on the Holocaust. Endorsed by Elie Wiesel.

 

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