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Interview: Soaring Behind the Scenes with Susan L. Roth and Cindy Trumbore

The temperatures across the USA are freezing, but we’re offering you a chance to take a (literary) vacation from the polar vortex . . . to Puerto Rico! Released this past fall, Parrots Over Puerto Rico takes readers above the treetops of Puerto Rico and delves into the history of this unique parrot. Once abundant, they almost became extinct due to centuries of foreign exploration and occupation, development, and habitat destruction. Luckily, the parrots were saved thanks to the efforts of the scientists of the Puerto Rican Parrot Recovery Program (PRPRP) and they have continued to thrive since!

We interviewed Susan L. Roth and Cindy Trumbore to get a better sense of the research and creativity that went into writing and illustrating Parrots Over Puerto Rico. Below is an excerpt from their BookTalk:

Susan L. Roth

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SNEAK PEEK: Parrots Over Puerto Rico

Iguaca! Iguaca! 

Look! Up in the sky! It’s a Puerto Rican parrot!

Out in October, we’re excited to give you a sneak peek at Parrots Over Puerto Rico!

Parrots Over Puerto Rico
Puerto Rican parrots

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