Author Feature: Ronald Rood

Ronald Rood (July 7, 1920- July 16, 2001) a delightfully fun Vermont author, naturalist and Vermont Public Radio commentator wrote over thirty books, many of which we have in our Vermont Collection.

Rod’s delightful sense of humor comes through just in the titles of books like May I keep the Clam, mother? It followed me home, The Loon in the Bathtub, or Animals Nobody Loves: The Fascinating Story of “Varmints.” His naturalist stories about all manner of critters, are always hilarious and often educational. Come check out any of the previous titles, or the ones listed below, from our collection!

How do you Spank a Porcupine?

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Rood and his family’s adventures with their adopted porcupine. Expect much hilarity.

It’s going to sting me!

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The subtitle says it all: A coward’s guide to the great outdoors: Down-to-earth advice for dealing with everything from bugs and bats to mosquitoes and mountain lions – and the unfounded fears they create in us all

Land alive: the world of nature at one family’s door

alive.jpgSometimes it’s just amazing what nature has to offer.

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