New Releases

For All Turtle Lovers!

Reading Level:
Ages 6+

Written in Rhyme
45 Pages

Wonderful Illustrations
of the Native Hickatee Turtle
and Sea Turtles
by Anderson Atlas

Learn all about the endemic Hickatee turtle who has so many troubles–well-meaning humans who throw them to their deaths into the ocean, cars that run over them, loss of land to lay their eggs, and cousins pushing them out.

Shows physical traits and the differences between these land-dwelling turtles and sea turtles that do reside in the ocean.

Make friends with the Hickatee today!

“Don’t worry, Clarissa!
We will take you
on an Adventure!”

Reading Level:
Ages 7+

Written in Rhyme
35 Pages

Colorful Illustrations
by Haley Gray

Includes a Channel Catfish
Fun Facts Section

Clarissa is not your everyday catfish. She wants to be where the action is! And there is LOTS of action at the Peoria Playhouse Children’s Museum.¬†

Find out how Clarissa’s friends help her out of the stationary tank and take her safely on a fun adventure through the museum.

A brown book cover with illustrations of bahamian boa snakes

Tabby, the Five-Finger Fairy,
Ambassador for
Wildlife Conservation
in The Bahamas,
Introduces Us to Her
 Bahamian Boa Friends

Reading Level:
Ages 8+

Written in Rhyme
40 Pages

Wonderful Illustrations 
by Anderson Atlas
With A Facts and Photo
Page For Each Boa

Tabby, the Five-Finger Fairy, is a good friend to everyone she meets. After Cleo, a Bahamian Boa, rescues her in their first book, Tabby & Cleo: Unexpected Friends, Tabby tells us about the natural history of the often misunderstood endemic Bahamian Boas, which have an important place in Bahamian life.

logo of Elaine A Powers

Click Image to Hear “Don’t Call Me Turtle!”

image of woman reading book at Tucson Botanical Gardens

TALES & TAILS CATEGORIES

Meet Curtis Curly-tail at You Tube!

Come hear life from a lizard's point of view!

FREE IDENTIFICATION BROCHURES

Brochure cover with illustration of a Rock Iguana

SAVING ENDANGERED SPECIES IS UP TO ALL OF US.

This free brochure teaches how to tell the difference between the endangered Rock Iguana and the invasive Green Iguana.
ALSO available: A brochure that shows the differences between Statia’s Iguana and the Green Iguana.
Use the Email Box on my Contact Page to contact me to obtain them.

Iguana Specialist Group

Image of Iguana faces with ISG

International Reptile Conservation Foundation

logo of IRCF

International Iguana Foundation

logo of Int'l Iguana Foundation, photo of iguana face