Library - Main Level - Exhibit Case
A children’s book about a short hike on the Appalachian Trail in nearby Michaux Forest by Drs. Carolyn and Doug Cook
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Drs. Carolyn and Doug Cook will talk about their newly published children’s book. Books will be available for sale and signing. Free and open to the public.
Dr. Carolyn Cook, will talk to Luhrs students about her newly published children’s book, based on her annual field trips to the Appalachian Trail when she was the third grade teacher at GBLUES. Dr. Cook will be signing books that have been purchased in advance. Open to GBLUES Teachers, Students, and Parents.
A Hike on the Appalachian Trail, written by Carolyn Cook and Doug Cook; Illustrated by Beau Bowersox. (Baltimore: Publish America, 2010).
As an avid outdoorswoman, Carolyn Cook led her students yearly on an Appalachian Trail hike as the culmination of a unit on the environment. As the book opens, Jay and Jenna are excited because they will be taking a hike on the Appalachian Trail. They hike to the Birch Run Shelter to eat lunch and rest, learning about the trail habitat along the way. After lunch they participate in a number of learning activities about the environment. The book also provides numerous facts about the animals, insects and plants which call the AT home.
Dr. Carolyn Cook is currently assistant professor of Education at Mount St. Mary's University. email@example.com. Dr Doug Cook is Instruction Librarian and Professor at Ship. firstname.lastname@example.org