Update >>> In Your Backyard: Discovering Urban Wildlife is now available for sale on Amazon and Barnes and Noble! The book also continues to be offered by Lulu.com at a slight discount. Click the links below to have a look, and thank you for your support!
Today I am proud to announce the release of In Your Backyard: Discovering Urban Wildlife. This book is the result of a multi-month collaboration with a talented young lady named Nicole Salinas.
Nicole just completed her senior year at Liberty High School in Frisco, Texas. She was a participant in the school’s Independent Study and Mentorship program, and it was in this capacity that we worked together.
Nicole is a bright and dedicated young lady, and this book would not have been possible without her valuable contributions. Nicole provided photographs, did page layouts, conducted research, provided proofreading, and offered advice.
As part of her IMS coursework, Nicole was required to develop a product related to her chosen field of wildlife photography. Together, we decided to self-publish a book on urban wildlife and In Your Backyard: Discovering Urban Wildlife was the result.
This book is printed on demand, and because of this the unit costs are quite high. As a consequence we have to ask more for the book than we would like to. Nothing can be done about that at the present, its just the nature of self-publishing and print on demand.
In spite of this, we believe the book has merit. It contains insightful information about a surprising variety of urban animals, and is full of wonderful photographs. It is fun, light, and easy reading.
In Your Back Yard is available for purchase now at Lulu.com, and soon will be available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other online retailers. Watch this spot for updates!
Thank you for your continued support, and we hope you enjoy the book!
4 Replies to “Announcement – In Your Backyard”
Congrats on the book!
Thanks, Ben! We are proud of this thing!
The book is great! I love it and the kids love the photos.
Hey Jennifer! I’m so glad to hear you liked it! Not bad for a school project, huh!