Congratulations Deborah Cramer!
Remember her request to share horseshoe crab reports and memories
National Academies of Science Best Book Award 2016
National Academies of Sciences press release: “The winning entries represent science communication at its finest and exemplify the ability of science writers to engage, inform, and inspire the public.”
Society of Environmental Journalists Rachel Carson Book Award 2016
15th Annual awards for reporting on the environment press release excerpt:
Judges were impressed by the painful beauty and eloquence of Deborah Cramer’s writing; one saw “The Narrow Edge” as a story of loss and hopeful restoration while another said the book “represents everything about Rachel Carson’s legacy that the book award stands for.” In her book, Cramer follows the 19,000-mile migration of an endangered shorebird called the red knot, which depends on horseshoe crab eggs for survival. So do humans:
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