Books

Coming out in 2021


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Available now 


Avery/Penguin
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The Informed Parent: A Science-Based Guide to Your Child's First 4 Years
with co-author Tara Haelle
Perigee Books/Penguin Random House
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Science Blogging: The Essential Guide
Wilcox, Brookshire, Goldman, Eds.
Selected Contributor

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The Open Lab 2013 Anthology
The best science writing online
Selected Contributor
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The Thinking Person's Guide to Autism (Editor, Contributor)


"Refreshingly free of dogma, disinformation, and heavy-handed agendas, The Thinking Person's Guide to Autism is an oasis of sanity, compassion, and hope for people on the spectrum and those who love them."
-- Steve Silberman, senior writer for Wired magazine and autism/neurodiversity blogger for the Public Library of Science (http://blogs.plos.org/neurotribes/)

Where to Buy
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Book cover design by Amy Freels: www.amyfreels.com
Thinking Person's Guide to Autism logo by Will Hornaday: http://hornadaydesign.com/

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The Complete Idiot's Guide to College Biology (Author)



Available in paperback at Amazon or for Kindle and at other fine booksellers. From a review at Amazon.com:

"I have completed undergraduate and graduate biology courses. I bought this as a refresher. This is really an excellent, concise review of college level biology. This is not your typical "eat your spinach" college level text. Aside from clearly outlining key core concepts, the book is sprinkled with intriguing tidbits about historical scientific personalities and events, along with strange but fascinating scientific facts. The book is well organized, the key points are clearly summarized and reiterated, and the authors enthusiasm for the material really shines through. Overall the style and format kept my interest focused. For the caliber of material presented, the price is a steal, particularly for those who want a concise yet up-to-date summary of key concepts in modern college biology. Nice companion for those taking college biology or preparing for MCAT."



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Gravity Pulls You In: Perspectives on Parenting Children on the Autism Spectrum (Contributor)


(Finalist in the Anthologies/Non-Fiction category of the 2010 International Book Awards, sponsored by USA Book News) View the universe of autism--its marvels, chaos, and life-changing impacts--through the eyes of the contributors to Gravity Pulls You In. In 33 essays and poems, mothers and fathers raising children on the autism spectrum explore their lives in the context of autism's own special gravity, discovering what's important and what they find centering. Available at Amazon.



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Toxicology of Reptiles (contributed chapter, "Developmental and Reproductive Effects")
Eds. Susan Gardner, Eva Oberdorster
Toxicology of Reptiles cohesively summarizes much of the cutting-edge research taking place in fields such as reptilian endocrinology, neurophysiology, immunology, and ecology. It also addresses conservation needs along with the complications often associated with population studies. The text is easy to synthesize and apply in the evaluation and understanding of potential risks to reptiles from environmental contaminants.
This book provides a comprehensive description of the current state of knowledge of reptilian toxicology from the perspective of target organ systems. It covers major contaminant classes within each chapter, focusing on those of greatest concern. The authors highlight the most pressing information gaps, and propose priority directions for further advancement in the fields of reptilian biology, wildlife and environmental toxicology, conservation, and ecological risk assessment.


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