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A Respectful, Hopeful Voice… (The Antidote to Ecophobia!). Serious Subjects, Playful Approaches…. Innovative Technologies , International Examples…. Interviews with Experts, Cutting-edge Concepts…. Connections to Actions and Emotions…. Familiar Scenes, Fresh Ideas….

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A respectful hopeful voice the antidote to ecophobia

A Respectful, Hopeful Voice…(The Antidote to Ecophobia!)


Serious subjects playful approaches

Serious Subjects, Playful Approaches…


Innovative technologies international examples

Innovative Technologies, International Examples…


Interviews with experts cutting edge concepts

Interviews with Experts,Cutting-edge Concepts…





Media savvy author genius illustrator

Media-savvy Author,Genius Illustrator…


Buzz about elin s last book
Buzz about Elin’s Last Book

“An appealing, agitating foray into the world of whales that ignites both protective instincts and a hungry curiosity to know more.”—Kirkus Reviews

“Cogent, compassionate . . . Brilliant at pursuing seemingly unrelated trails back down the blowhole, Kelsey illuminates the ‘humanity’ of whales.”—Publishers Weekly starred review

“Engaging portrayal of the lives and culture of whales.”—The Economist

National CBC interview with Elin Kelsey www.cbc.ca/quirks/archives/08-09/qq-2009-06-27.html



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