Author: Kathryn Lasky

Information about the author.


Book:The Weaver's Gift

The Weaver's Gift

Kathryn Lasky, Christopher G. Knight

Describes the many activities that take place from the time a sheep is sheared until the fleece is woven into a soft blanket.

Book:Lone Wolf: Book 1 of Wolves of the Beyond

Lone Wolf: Book 1 of Wolves of the Beyond

Kathryn Lasky

A wolf mother has given birth, but the warm bundle snuffling next to her brings only anguish. The pup, otherwise healthy, has a twisted paw, and the mother knows what the harsh code of the pack demands. Her pup will be taken from her and abandoned on a desolate hill. The pack cannot have weakness—the wolf mother knows that her pup is condemned to die.

But alone in the wilderness, the pup, Faolan, does not perish. This his story—a story of survival, of courage, and of love triumphant. This is Faolan’s story, the wolf pup who rose up to change forevever the Wolves of the Beyond.

Book:John Muir

John Muir: America's First Environmentalist

Kathryn Lasky, Stan Fellows

Quoting from John Muir’s diaries, Kathryn Lasky tells the inspiring tale of one of America’s most dedicated environmentalists, aided by Stan Fellows’s evocative, dramatic acrylic paintings.

From the meadows of Scotland to the farms of Wisconsin, from the swamps of Florida to the Alaskan tundra, John Muir loved the land. Born in 1838, he was a writer, a scholar, an inventor, a shepherd, a farmer, and an explorer, but above all, he was a naturalist. John Muir was particularly devoted to the high cliffs, waterfalls, and ancient giant sequoia trees that, through his careful influence, were set aside as the first national park in America—Yosemite. Here is the life story of the man who, moved by a commitment to wilderness everywhere, founded the Sierra Club in 1892, a conservation group that carries on his crucial work to this day.

Book:The Man Who Made Time Travel

The Man Who Made Time Travel

Kathryn Lasky, Kevin Hawkes

Who would solve one of the most perplexing scientific problems of all time?

This dramatic picture-book biography brings to life — with illustrations that glow with wit and inspiration — the fascinating story of the quest to measure longitude. While the scientific establishment of the eighteenth century was certain that the answer lay in mapping the heavens, John Harrison, an obscure, uneducated clockmaker, dared to imagine a different solution: a seafaring clock. How Harrison held fast to his vision and dedicated his life to the creation of a small jewel of a timepiece that would change the world is a compelling story — as well as a memorable piece of history, science, and biography.

Book:Sugaring Time

Sugaring Time

Kathryn Lasky

Text and photographs show how a family taps the sap from maple trees and processes it into maple syrup.

Views: 969 • Modified: • Elapsed: 0.015 sec