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Judith Jango-Cohen

Nonfiction Author and Photographer

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December 2012

Welcoming Winter


Thank you parents and teachers, who have invited me into your schools this winter. Being a part of your nonfiction and writing curriculum is an honor for me.

Muskrat, Ondatra zibethicus
Munching Muskrat
Muskrat House in Frozen Freshwater Marsh in Winter, Ondatra zibe
Muskrat House

As we tug on woolen sweaters and sip mugs of warm tea, nature prepares for the coming cold in its own way. Winter is a peaceful time to walk in woods and meadows–and to take pictures, if you don’t mind frosty fingers. Here are a few of our family’s favorite snowy photos:

A snow angel in Power Ranger boots
An angel in Power Ranger boots
This red squirrel leaves its cozy nest to snack on scattered sunflower seeds.
A red squirrel savors a feast of scattered seeds.
Walden in Winter "The sun is but a morning star." Henry Davis Thoreau
Walden in Winter
“The sun is but a morning star.”
Henry David Thoreau
Funky hairdo!
Gloucester's Annisquam Light is dressed for the season.
Gloucester’s Annisquam Light is dressed for the season.
Ice climbing a Franconia Notch cliff. Brrrrrrrrrrr!
Ice climbing a Franconia Notch cliff. Brrrrrrrrrrr!
Tired of shivering? You can always fly south.
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Autumn News and Notes


Thank you parents and teachers, who have invited me to present school programs. I am honored to  be a part of your nonfiction and writing curriculum.

Red-winged Blackbird Singing, Agelaius phoeniceus

This fall my family and I traveled to some lovely spots, including the Cape Cod National Seashore. As Massachusetts residents, we are fortunate to live near this intriguing place, which is beautiful any time of year. Here are a few photos from our trips:

We found this Fowler’s Toad leaning on the beach grass.
A frolicking humpback greets whale watchers.
Want proof that whales are mammals and not fish? Here is the blowhole through which it breathes air.
How does this horseshoe crab keep track of its ten legs? That bump on the top of the shell is its right eye!
Doesn’t this Painted Turtle look snooty, as it points its nose toward the sun?
Here's a little nature lover.
Here’s a little nature lover.

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