New book by local author, illustrator, features Q&A with dinosuars

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If you kid loves dinosaurs, this is the book.
If you – or your kids – loves dinosaurs, this is the book.

MANCHESTER, NH – The SEE Science Center announces the publication of its first educational children’s book, with just enough whimsy to captivate the kid in everyone.

“We Thought You’d Never Ask!: Your Quirky Questions Answered by Dinosaurs,” is a delightful take on all things dinosaur, written by SEE Science Center’s Design Coordinator Adele Maurier, and beautifully illustrated in watercolor illustrations by local artist Peter Noonon.

Quirky questions are answered by dinosaurs, a book designed for the whole family to learn about dinosaurs together. In it, curious children pose questions to the dinosaurs. The dinosaurs answer with honesty and humor, leading to a better understanding of the age of dinosaurs.

The book includes scientific explanations and a glossary to help parents explain various concepts of the lives and times of dinosaurs to their children – or vice versa!

“We Thought You’d Never Ask!” is available online for purchase at SEE-Sciencecenter.org, or stop by the gift shop at the SEE Science Center, 200 Bedford St, Manchester, NH for your copy. You can also purchase the book during a special DINOSAURS traveling exhibit hosted by the SEE Science Center through January 17.

Adele Maurier
Adele Maurier

About the author: Adele Maurier is a Manchester native who graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Natural Science from Saint Anselm College.  She has been working at the SEE Science Center in various capacities since the year 2000.  Among her responsibilities, Adele has conducted guided tours for students visiting dinosaur exhibitions.  She conceived of the concept for a cartoon dinosaur exhibit while preparing for those tours.  The exhibit debuted in 2013 and has now been transformed into this book.

Peter Noonan
Peter Noonan

About the illustrator: Peter Noonan is an award-winning illustrator, fine artist and cartoonist.  His editorial and political cartoons have won plaudits from politicians and critics worldwide.  Peter’s fine art hangs in public and private collections and schools throughout the U.S. and England, including the State House in Concord. His illustration and design work has appeared in numerous publications throughout the country, including NH Magazine and I.D. Magazine. A New Hampshire native, Peter studied at Colby-Sawyer College in New London, and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and Paris.  He lives in Manchester with his wife, daughter and dog.


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