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In H is for Hook: A Fishing Alphabet, seasoned angler Judy Young tackles topics such as types of lures, where to fish, and what equipment you will need, along with the basics of cleaning, filleting, and cooking your final catch. And since every fisherman loves to brag about the "one that got away," she includes suggestions on how to capture your fishing memories through journals and photography. For anglers everywhere, reading H is for Hook is the next best thing to being at the end of a fishing pole waiting to land that big one.
About the Author
Judy Young remembers showing her grandmother a poem she had written when she was about ten years old, and she has been in love with writing ever since. One of her most cherished honors as a writer was attending performances in which her book, R is for Rhyme, A Poetry Alphabet, was interpreted and choreographed by the Tanner Creative Dance Program and Children's Dance Theatre at the University of Utah for their 58th Annual Performance. In addition to writing, Judy specializes in school visits and writing workshops for students and is a frequent speaker for professional educational organizations. With twenty years experience in the public schools, Judy's presentations are directly related to school curriculum. Judy resides near Springfield, MO, with her artist husband, Ross. They have two grown children and several dogs. In her spare time, Judy enjoys hiking, fishing and gallivanting around the country in "Arlo," the Young's traveling studio.