Vogel, Carole Garbuny
VOGEL, Carole Garbuny
VOGEL, Carole Garbuny. American, b. 1951. Genres: Children's nonfiction, Environmental sciences/Ecology, History, Marine sciences/ Oceanography, Young adult non-fiction, Biography, Essays. Career: Writer and public speaker. Publications: JUVENILE: The Great Midwest Flood, 1995; Will I Get Breast Cancer: Questions and Answers for Teenage Girls, 1995; Shock Waves through Los Angeles: The Northridge Earthquake, 1996; Legends of Landforms: Native American Lore and the Geology of the Land, 1999; Nature's Fury: Eyewitness Reports of Natural Disasters, 2000; Inside Earth, 2000; Breast Cancer: Questions & Answers for Young Women, 2001; Weather Legends: Native American Lore and the Science of Weather, 2001. JUVENILE WITH K.A. GOLDNER: Why Mount St. Helens Blew Its Top, 1981; The Dangers of Strangers, 1983; HBJ Science Activity Workbooks for Levels 3-6, 1984; Humphrey, the Wrong-Way Whale, 1987; The Great Yellowstone Fire, 1990. RESTLESS SEA series, 2003: Savage Waters, Shifting Shores, Human Impact, Ocean Wildlife, Dangerous Crossings, Undersea Exploration. FOR ADULTS: We Shall Not Forget: Memories of the Holocaust, 1994. Contributor to anthologies, magazines, and science textbooks. Address: c/o Tracey Adams, McIntosh & Otis, Inc, 353 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10016, U.S.A.