Visitors to Park City thrill to see a moose. “How many places a moose can be” is a lighthearted and beautifully illustrated look at moose antics in Park City, Utah as experienced, first hand, through the eyes of the author ...
Visitors to Park City thrill to see a moose. “How many places a moose can be” is a lighthearted and beautifully illustrated look at moose antics in Park City, Utah as experienced, first hand, through the eyes of the author and her friends.
Jeannine Strobl-Seibert, the author, is a Park City resident and co-owner of Eveningstar Books, based in Park City, Utah. She is a biologist and lifelong nature observer. Jeannine and her husband raised three children in the woods of West Virginia, where deer are more plentiful than cows, and moved to Park City to enjoy the skiing, hiking, biking and paddling in the mountains and waters surrounding Park City. The moose traveling through Jeannine’s front and back yard in Park Meadows have been an unexpected delight she wishes to share with her readers. Jeannine is a full-time resident of Park City, Utah where this story takes place. In writing this children’s book, she has assembled moose sightings of her own and those of friends and neighbors.
The illustrator, Caroline Nilsson, is an architect, artist and co-owner of Eveningstar Books. She is an avid hiker and outdoors enthusiast who has experienced moose antics first hand in Maine, while through hiking large portions of the Appalachian Trail. Caroline lives in Salt Lake City, Utah and frequently spends time in the Wasatch Mountain Range.
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