Yolanda Ridge

Yolanda Ridge is the author of fiction and nonfiction books for young readers, including Evolution Under Pressure: How We Change Nature and How Nature Changes Us, CRISPR: A Powerful Way to Change DNA and Elliot Jelly-Legs and the Bobblehead Miracle. She has a master of science degree and is adept at making complex concepts understandable, a skill she uses in her science writing and teaching. Yolanda lives in Rossland, British Columbia.

Books by Yolanda Ridge

In this illustrated middle-grade novel, eleven-year-old Elliot relies on his Carey Price bobblehead doll to help him excel on his hockey team.
Paperback
9781459833791
$12.95
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9781459833814 LICENSE OPTIONS
$9.99
Bree tries to stop a highway development in rural Ontario, but her own family stands in her way.
Paperback
9781459800458
$7.95
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9781459800472 LICENSE OPTIONS
$5.99
When tree-climbing is banned at her townhouse complex, Bree assumes a new role in her community: activist and advocate.
Paperback
9781554693856
$7.95
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9781554699698 LICENSE OPTIONS
$5.99
This nonfiction book for middle-grade readers, illustrated with photographs throughout, explores how animals are fighting the climate crisis by pooping.
Hardcover
9781459835412
$21.95
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9781459835436 LICENSE OPTIONS
$16.99