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Tagged as "Mary Jo Nickum", Aquitaine, book, ebook, high school, literacy, nonfiction, reader, reading, reluctant reader, science, teachers, Teens, writing, YA, Young adult, books, science
Mary, is there a book about the Coelacanth? Years ago I was on the tv show, What’s My Line in NYC and I was one of the “fakers” who pretended to be Dr. Sylvia Earl, a diver who had found a Coelacanth in her deep-water divings. Would like to read a book about this ancient fish. Fascinating. How you doing, my friend. Thx, Joyce
Yes, I published a book about the discovery of the coelacanth and being a fish scientist. It is a book in the Aquitaine Reluctant Reader Series geared toward high school students who don’t like to read.It is available on Amazon “The Coelacanth; the Greatest Fish Story Ever Told” as are the other two books in the series–more are coming.
We’re doing well, just the usual problems with aging–arthritis,etc. I just keep my publishing companies moving. It is a challenge; books don’t sell well these days, as you well know.
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