Patricia Daniels

February 01, 2024

Patricia Daniels has written more than a dozen books for adults and children, most of them about science, history, or a combination of the two. A frequent contributor to National Geographic’s publications, she has covered everything from astrophysics to Zuniceratops. Pat lives in Pennsylvania, USA, with her husband, a college professor, and has two grown sons and two grown cats. She is the author of How to Teach Grown-ups About Climate Change.

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