Nuala Galbari was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, the daughter of a Royal Navy Lieutenant-Commander. She studied hospitality management at the Belfast College of Business Studies and later moved to London to pursue a career in aviation. After attending Normandale College and the Minnesota School of Business, she joined the editorial staff of a Minnesota advertising agency. She has contributed articles and stories to Pleasant Living Magazine, and writes regularly for Airways magazine. Nuala is a member of the Authors Guild and the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI). She lives in Virginia.
During the lazy days of summer, life in the woods of Wicomico is peaceful. But when humans plan to build a new development in their woodland, a community of forest animals springs into action to save their homes. This imaginative, richly illustrated story invites us all to discover, enjoy and preserve the natural world around us.