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Patent, Dorothy Hinshaw 1940-PERSONAL:Born April 30, 1940, in Rochester, MN; daughter of Horton Corwin (a physician) and . Butterflies and Moths: How They Function, Holiday House (New York, NY), 1979
Patent, Dorothy Hinshaw 1940-PERSONAL:Born April 30, 1940, in Rochester, MN; daughter of Horton Corwin (a physician) and Dorothy Kate Hinshaw; married Gregory Joseph Patent (a professor of zoology), March 21, 1964; children: David, Jason. Source for information on Patent, Dorothy Hinshaw 1940-: Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series dictionary. Butterflies and Moths: How They Function, Holiday House (New York, NY), 1979. Raccoons, Coatimundis, and Their Family, Holiday House (New York, NY), 1979.
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Dorothy Hinshaw Patent has written: 'A polar bear biologist at work' . Butterflies and Moths'.
Reptiles and how they reproduce' - subject(s): Reptiles, Juvenile literature, Reproduction. Colorful, Captivating Coral Reefs'. Looking at bears' - subject(s): Bears, Juvenile literature. Maggie, a sheep dog' - subject(s): Sheep dogs, Juvenile literature, Kuvasz. Biodiversity' - subject(s): Biological diversity, Juvenile literature, Biological diversity conservation, North America, Biodiversity, Biodiversity conservation.
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Dorothy Hinshaw Patent Author. Writes nonfiction trade books for young readers. Great news-my latest book, Saving the Tasmanian Devil: How Science is Helping Australia's Largest Marsupial Carnivore Survive has been chosen by the National Science Teachers Association as a Best STEM Book of 2019. STEM refers to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math and is a major part of the education system. The book is part of the Scientists in the Field series for ages 10 and up from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. These books help humanize science and scientists and show readers how science is actually done.
Dorothy Hinshaw Patent (born April 30, 1940) is a teacher and author of over 100 children's nonfiction books. She lives in Missoula, Montana. She has received numerous awards for her writing. In 1987, she received the Eva L. Gordon Award from the American Nature Study Society in recognition of her outstanding contribution to science literature for young readers. She received the Washington Post/Children's Book Guild 2004 Nonfiction Award. Works by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent at Library Thing.
Dorothy Hinshaw Patent, American Author, photographer. Avocations: gardening, racquetball, traveling F C. Recipient Eva L. Gordon award American Nature Study Society, 1986. Member American Institute Biological Sciences, Society Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Authors Guild. Back to the Wild ) Follows the efforts of a zoologist team as they work to reintroduce four endangered animals back to their natural environments and tells young readers of the successes and importance of such projects. 02804/?tag prabook0b-20.
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