Publications for Children

Discovering is fun! I write non-fiction books and magazine articles that help children explore, understand and enjoy the world around them. I particularly love taking complex topics and presenting them in ways that are easy to understand and fascinating to read.

Predators may have helped turn dinosaur into a mummy
(The Washington Post: KidsPost)
Testing chocolate “geometry” to make it tastier
(The Washington Post: KidsPost)
The name game
(The New York Times for Kids)

Here’s a very small selection of examples:

Non-fiction books for children

I have also published 22 other non-fiction books for children, including Rocks on the Move: The Rock Cycle and When Earth Shakes (Scholastic Canada). View all books here.

Non-fiction magazine articles for children


  • That’s amazing . . . well done! — expert interviewed for an article
  • I love it! You are a wonderful writer, and your piece captures the fun and adventure of the work. Thank you!!!! — expert interviewed for an article
  • Wow, this is great to see! Thanks so much for putting together such a great piece! — expert interviewed for an article
  • I absolutely love this article—it’s gripping and gently heartbreaking. — Muse editor
  • You are one of those rare talents, an excellent writer who can explain non-fiction topics to a younger audience. — Annick Press editor