Myths & Truths About Coyotes: What You Need to Know About America's Most Misunderstood Predator

Myths & Truths About Coyotes: What You Need to Know About America's Most Misunderstood Predator

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This book addresses the most frequently asked questions and concerns about coyotes.

Author: Carol Cartaino
Publisher: Menasha Ridge Press
Published: 11/01/2010
Pages: 200
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.65lbs
Size: 8.40h x 5.40w x 0.50d
ISBN: 9780897326940

About the Author
Carol Cartaino, a native of New Jersey and graduate of Rutgers University (major in English and minor in biology), has had a lifetime interest in animals and the outdoors. Growing up, she had just about every pet animal known and walked home from the library every week with armloads of books on wild animals. All of her best time as a child was spent in the woods near home or on her grandparents' farm in Western Pennsylvania. As an adult she has spent many happy hours hiking, camping, fishing, kayaking, and engaging in outdoor photography and nature study. For the past 40 years, Carol has been a professional book editor and writer's collaborator, working on almost every subject imaginable within nonfiction, with a strong emphasis on how-to, self-help, and reference. She has helped many authors--from the editors of "Field & Stream" and "Arizona Highways" to scuba divers, photographers, plastic surgeons, veterinarians, and experts on moonshine and cookery--to produce satisfying books. In her ten years as an editor in the Trade Division of Prentice-Hall, Inc., books on nature and gardening were among her specialties. In the decade that followed she was editor-in-chief of Writer's Digest Books in Cincinnati. In the years since, she has been a freelance editor and book doctor for literary agents, publishers, and individual authors. Since 1980, Carol has also served as editor and collaborator for best-selling author Don Aslett, whose books have sold a total of more than three million copies. Carol lives with her son and many pets on a 66-acre farm in Southern Ohio, on which she can continue her nature study and listen to the coyote songs.