Award-winning author and illustrator (THINK OF AN EEL) show the world of Quetzalcoatlus, the largest flying contemporary of the dinosaurs, through the eyes of one individual. See him flying in search of food; watch as he lands on mudflats to feed; and see him fly back to his nest to watch as his mate is attacked by vicious Dromaeosauruses.Richly illustrated, this simple narrative is compellingly told and will leave every reader with a vivid image of this most fascinating of creatures and the world it inhabited.
A Canadian, Karen Wallace gained a degree in English from London University. Shortly afterwards she and her husband went to Toronto and worked in the publishing business. A few years later they moved to Ireland with their two young sons, and returned to England in 1982. She now writes full-time for children and for children's television. She and illustrator Mike Bostock won the TES Information Book Award for THINK OF AN EEL (Walker Books). Her novel RASPBERRIES ON THE YANGTSE was short-listed for the Guardian Award. She is married to novelist Sam Llewellyn.