David Dvorkin was born in 1943 in England. His family moved to South Africa after World War Two and then to the United States when David was a teenager. After attending college in Indiana, he worked in Houston at NASA on the Apollo program and then in Denver as an aerospace engineer, software developer, and technical writer. He and his wife, Leonore, have lived in Denver since 1971.
David has published a number of science fiction, horror, and mystery novels. He has also coauthored two science fiction novels with his son, Daniel. For details, as well as quite a bit of non-fiction reading material, please see David and Leonore’s Web site, http://www.dvorkin.com.
Leonore H. Dvorkin
on May 22, 2010 :
David wrote this story for our son, Daniel, when Daniel was decades younger than he is now and in his long stage of tremendous enthusiasm for dinosaurs and reptiles. But I can assure you that my praise of this charming story is utterly sincere, not just an attempt to boost the book. The rhymes are ingenious and often amusing. The message concerning the need to care for and about animals and the environment is a timeless one. Best of all, this is a story that is sure to bring smiles to the faces of readers of many ages.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)