Scott Lee’s New Book, ‘Spiders and Snakes and Rats—Oh My!’ Shares a Nature Educator’s Journey Throughout the Wildness of Life

Fulton Books author Scott Lee, a retired elementary teacher and environmental studies college educator, has completed his most recent book, “Spiders and Snakes and Rats—Oh My!”: a wonderful account throughout one man’s decades of experience in nature education. He shares about his family history, journey, exploits, and lessons—both learned and taught.
Scott writes, “This book reflects some of the great, and often humorous, experiences he’s had in his career, as well as sharing many of his most successful activities he has found useful as an educator. Some are ‘originals,’ but many are ‘borrowed’ and revised to fit his use. He understands the importance of sharing valuable educational tools and activities, so hopes you can find a use for some of them in educating the children of all ages in your lives.”
Published by Fulton Books, Scott Lee’s book is a closer perspective into the life of a nature educator as the author retells the paths he walked. Here we see how a man paved his own way despite the challenges and setbacks.
This book is written to help others dream, live, and discover what life still has to offer.
Readers who wish to experience this brilliant work can purchase “Spiders and Snakes and Rats—Oh My!” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
Source: Fulton Books