Living Wild

A board book about wild animals and habitats

Where is your favorite place to be? Is it a hole in the ground, the bloom of a flower, or a little blue spot in the sky? In the latest board book from the author of Running Wild, photographs of animals in their natural habitats show young readers the varied and wonderful places that creatures including foxes, butterflies, and songbirds call home.

About the Author

Elaine Miller Bond

After beginning her career as a senior science writer for the University of California Natural Reserve System, Elaine Miller Bond went on to write and photograph independently. She is the photographer for The Utah Prairie Dog: Life Among the Red Rocks (University of Utah Press, 2014), and the writer-illustrator of Running Wild (Heyday, 2016), Affimals: Affirmations + Animals (LIT Verlag, 2009) and Dream Affimals (Sunstone Press, 2013). Her work has appeared on the Discovery Channel Canada and been published by Science, NPR, BBC Earth News, The American Naturalist, The Washington Post, Journal of Mammalogy, Berkeleyside, and other scientific and popular media. She has a bachelor’s degree from UC Berkeley and a master’s degree from the University of Cambridge. Bond lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.