Praise For Eliza's Journal…
“Formatted as the journal of a teen-aged girl spending the summer with relatives on Orcas Island, Washington and taking up a job as a natural history illustrator while there, there is much about Eliza’s Journal that appears promising, not the least of which being its potential to reach a demographic group of readers all-too-frequently underserved by natural history writers—teen-aged girls.” —Well Read Naturalist
“Funny, fast-paced, and contains just the right amount of mystery, science, and romance to capture a discerning middle grade reader.” —YA Books Central
“A fine pick for young adult readers, very much recommended reading.” —Midwest Book Review
Craigmore Creations, 9780984442256, 180pp.
Publication Date: October 1, 2012
About the Author
Caelyn AB Williams has had a lifelong interest in paleontology, zoology, and particularly Orcas Island in the Puget Sound. She lives near Olympia, Washington. Kati Green is a graphic designer.