Pamela Turner received the Golden Kite Award for Nonfiction for A Life in the Wild: George Schaller's Struggle to Save the Last Great Beasts, by Pamela S. Turner, received the Golden Kite Award for Nonfiction.
Pamela thanked George Schaller, the scientist who allowed her to profile him in her book. He was a scientist who first observed gorillas in the wild. He's now 75 years old and an active scientist and conservationists.
Pamela is donating the prize money and the profits from her book to conservation projects. How wonderful! Go great beasts!
POSTED BY ALICE POPE
I attended Pam Turner's photography session with Andy Comins. Together, they led nonfiction authors through the process of producing and selecting high-quality photos for our nonfiction projects. I was thrilled with the wealth of information and the detailed handouts Pam and Andy provided. They also gave excellent advice on negotiating with editors regarding photo illustrated books. A must-see for nonfiction authors!ReplyDelete