Books by Twig C. George

SEAHORSES by Twig C. George
ANIMALS
Released: Dec. 1, 2003

"A rare encounter with the natural world, equally suited to private research or reading aloud. (Nonfiction. 7-9)"
George spins a memorable selection of basic facts about seahorses on a playful current of prose: "If you were a seahorse, you could roll your eyes in two different directions, and not get dizzy. Read full book review >
A DOLPHIN NAMED BOB by Twig C. George
ANIMALS
Released: Feb. 29, 1996

"George, offspring of Jean Craighead George, debuts with a tale that reveals more about the author's interest in research than it does about any potential narrative skills. (b&w illustrations, not seen) (Fiction. 7-10)"
A fictionalized account, based on real events, of a stranded dolphin, Aster, who is nursed back to health at the Maryland State Aquarium, where she subsequently gives birth to Bob. Read full book review >