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Rosemary Mosco

Biography

Rosemary Mosco

Rosemary Mosco is a science writer and artist, and she's passionate about sharing her love for the natural world.
 
She creates the science webcomic Bird and Moon and has written and drawn for a variety of nonprofits and scientific organizations, including Audubon, The American Ornithological Society, Nature Ecology & Evolution, and others. Her work was the subject of an award-winning museum exhibit at Cornell's Museum of the Earth and has been featured by IFLS, Audubon, Upworthy, io9, Science News, the National Wildlife Federation, The Huffington Post, It's Okay to be Smart, The Mary Sue, The Times of India, and more.
 
Rosemary is a graduate of UVM's Field Naturalist and Ecological Planning Program. She once spent six months drawing all 162 species of snake in the United States. Her favorite bird is the Laysan Albatross.

Rosemary Mosco

Books by Rosemary Mosco

by Rosemary Mosco and Jon Chad - Children's 9-13, Children's Nonfiction, Graphic Novel, Science

In this volume, get up close and personal with Earth's nearest neighbors --- Venus with its acid rainstorms, Saturn and its rings of ice and the heart of it all, the Sun. Humans have always been fascinated by outer space and we’re learning more about our solar system every day. Did you know that our Solar System was born from a cloud of cosmic dust? That Jupiter’s red spot is really a raging storm? Join Sara, Jill and their space-faring pets on a quest to learn more about the wonders of our Solar System --- and beyond!

Written by Dylan Thuras and Rosemary Mosco with illustrations by Joy Ang - Children's 8-12, Children's Nonfiction, Mystery, Travel

Created by the same team behind Atlas Obscura, the #1 New York Times bestseller that has over 600,000 copies in print in its first year, THE ATLAS OBSCURA EXPLORER’S GUIDE FOR THE WORLD’S MOST ADVENTUROUS KID is a thrillingly imaginative expedition to 100 weird-but-true places on earth. And just as compelling is the way the book is structured --- hopscotching from country to country not by location but by type of attraction. Illustrated in gorgeous and appropriately evocative full-color art, this book is a passport to a world of hidden possibilities.