Nancy Sakaduski has published 100+ articles and 20 books (many under the name “Nancy Day”). Most of these are geared to a young audience. “Mapping the Mind,” which appeared in Odyssey Magazine, won the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators Award for Nonfiction. “Passport to History: Ancient Greece” was named best social studies book for the year 2000 by the Society of School Librarians International.
Nancy has also published dozens of business and technical articles. She co-authored the third edition of “Scientific English: A Guide for Scientists and Other Professionals,” published in 2011, and was the developmental editor for “Global Energy Innovation: Why America Must Lead” by (Nobel Peace Prize winner) Woodrow W. Clark II and Grant Cooke. “Managing Volunteers: How to Maximize Your Most Valuable Resource” was published by Praeger in March 2013.
Her press, Cat and Mouse Press, publishes interesting and entertaining books, runs the Rehoboth Beach Reads Short Story Contest, and provides excellent copyeditor resources for writers at an attractive price. Check out the latest book, The Boardwalk, on sale at various vendors.
The Boardwalk sports wonderful stories. Check out the one with a seagull narrator. You’ll get some good instructions on how to provide the creature with the proper beachside food.