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Book details
  • Genre:NATURE
  • SubGenre:Animals / Insects & Spiders
  • Language:English
  • Pages:33
  • eBook ISBN:9781483516738

Einstein in My Garden

Photos and Reflections on Bugs

by Penelope Torribio

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“Einstein in My Garden, Photos and Reflections on Bugs,” is a delightful book of bug photos and reflections which explore the subject of living in harmony with bugs, those tiny creatures so fundamental to our own existence.
In general, children love bugs; but somehow, on the way to becoming grownups, this changes. Some people even say that they hate bugs. My hope is that “Einstein in My Garden, Photos and Reflections on Bugs,” will remind people, of all ages, how interesting bugs can be when you look up-close, and that these photos and reflections will promote thoughts on how we can live in balance with these little creatures so fundamental to the existence of life on earth.
About the author
Penelope Torribio calls herself an ecology artist in that she uses art, music, writing, puppetry and photography to help raise awareness of our need to live in balance with all the elements of our world and beyond. Torribio is a popular family performer in the Los Angeles area, a recording artist with ten original albums, and a photographer who has used her to create a children’s relaxation nature video series, “Take Ten, 10 Minutes in Nature.” Penelope brings her ecology theme to her latest books “The Magic in You, From Vacant Lot to Community Garden” and “Einstein in My Garden, Photos and Reflections on Bugs.” You can find out more about Penelope’s art and music at penelopetorribio.com.