Isabelle Busch: Theoretical Dragon Anatomy Release

Isabelle will be hosting a meet and greet and signing on the mezzanine level of our store to celebrate the release of her first book, "Theoretical Dragon Anatomy"!

About "Theoretical Dragon Anatomy":

Theoretical Dragon Anatomy presents dragons as you’ve never seen them before: in full anatomical detail. Based on scientific studies of the anatomy of real-world animals such as lizards, bats, horses, and alligators, this richly illustrated volume explains how dragons would function if they were just as real. Delve into a dragon, examining its muscles, skeleton, brain and more. Mysteries such as flight, breathing fire, and armored skin are explained and detailed in full color. Each page is packed with intricate illustrations and intriguing information that reveal not only how a dragon works, but why it has evolved such unique adaptations. You’ll never see dragons the same again!

About Isabelle Busch:

Dragons flew into Isabelle Busch's life in the first grade and never left. She is a scientist, artist, and nature enthusiast. Hiking by lakes, drawing on rainy afternoons and volunteering at local animal charities are her favorite activities. For the past 13 years, she has been a wildlife ambassador and fundraiser for CCF, the Cheetah Conservation Fund. She calls the state of Washington home.  

For more information, please see: isabellebusch.com

Event date: 
Saturday, June 15, 2019 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Event address: 
Auntie's Bookstore
402 W Main Ave
Spokane, WA 99201
Theoretical Dragon Anatomy: Structure & Function Cover Image
$25.95
ISBN: 9780998661094
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Episode Media - May 14th, 2019

Theoretical Dragon Anatomy presents dragons as you've never seen them before: in full anatomical detail. Prepare to be amazed by the inner workings of dragons Based on scientific studies of the anatomy of real-world animals such as lizards, bats, horses, and alligators, this richly illustrated volume explains how dragons would function if they were just as real.