Alberni Aquarium Cookbook
Alberni Aquarium Cookbook
Forward: Gail Morton
Release Date: August 2020
The Alberni Aquarium is proud to share this unique compilation cookbook with you. We are a nonprofit association focused on providing unique educational opportunities to our community. This cookbook is filled with unique local recipes and fun fish facts. By purchasing a copy of this book you are helping us to continue to support our efforts in education, environment and sustainability. Thank you to our wonderful contributors and generous supporters, without your support we would not be able to continue our work.
RCN Media has partnered with the Alberni Aquarium to support their efforts to keep their much needed aquarium afloat. All proceeds will be going to help keep the Alberni Aquarium operational.
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ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Gail Morton was born in New Denver, BC, and inspired by childhood adventures in the wilds of England and BC, Gail is passionate about bringing a fresh, fun, wonder-filled approach to writing and illustrating children's books about our relationship and responsibility to the natural world. After a career as a primary teacher, this comes naturally and joyfully. Today inspiration comes from her home, shared with her husband, in Port Alberni, BC on Vancouver Island where Coho struggle upstream through their yard on a yearly mission to spawn. And from the nearby forests, streams, wild flora and fauna which nurture her and which she hopes to help preserve for children young and old. And from the Alberni Aquarium where she volunteers, teaching about marine life through story, song, and crafts. You can find Gail studying about sustainability, researching and drawing an intriguing plant, animal, or insect, discussing veggie and fruit gardening with her hubby, constantly finding fun, creative ways to change old habits toward a more healing lifestyle for the sake of our beautiful world and its inhabitants. Or, kayaking, hiking, riding her e-bike, with sketchpad and pencils as constant companions. Gail can't wait for you to join her on this amazing journey of discovery and transformation through her children's books.