Roland Smith–co-author of new children’s book

by | Aug 29, 2005

Roland Smith–co-author with his wife Marie of the new children’s book, “Zoo Is For Zookeeper: A Zoo Alphabet,” a beautifully-illustrated work that provides two levels of animal info (one for toddlers, the other for much older kids & adults)–discusses his approach to writing this book, his background of 20 years working at zoos, his role reintroducing the then-extinct red wolf into its native range, his view of the current controversy surrounding elephants in zoos and other zoo issues, his other books, and more. []

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COMEDY CORNER: The Smothers Brothers’ “Gnus”
MUSIC: Laura Veirs’ “Fire Snakes,” The Wonderstuff’s “The Size Of A Cow,” instrumentals
NAME THAT ANIMAL TUNE: Warren Zevon’s “Werewolves of London”

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