Books by Edward Kanze

Released: Sept. 1, 1995

"More appropriate as folksy newspaper bits; as collected here these essays add up to Wildlife Lite."
A naturalist profiles his favorite North American animals in 50 short sketches. Read full book review >
Released: June 18, 1992

"Compelling and informative at times, sketchy at others. (Twenty-six illustrations.)"
Kanze, a self-proclaimed ``naturalist who fancies himself a writer,'' travels to the ``other land down under'' in search of three rare animals—a flightless bird known as the kiwi, a primitive reptile called the tuatara, and an elusive type of New Zealand frog that lacks vocal sacs and eardrums. Read full book review >