Award-Winning Australian Canadian Photojournalist, Wildlife Photographer, Teacher and Book Author
Lyn is a dynamic, award-winning writer and photographer, a highly-recommended, captivating speaker, an inspiring, widely-experienced teacher, and in the words of a spokesman for one education board, “an extraordinary person.” The New York Times added that she has “enough energy and exuberance to light up the streets of New York.”
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The presentation you gave to our students was most enchanting and dynamic. It kept our ordinary short-attention-span-students spellbound for the entire hour. That is quite an accomplishment, believe me. You are an inspiration.
Shirley Coffin, St. Joseph’s/A.McKay School, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
I have had so many favourable comments from the children. One little boy told me “Mrs. Hancock was the BEST speaker I’ve ever heard,” EVERY child in the class bought your Tabasco the Saucy Raccoon.
Maria Vavarikos, Lower Canada College, Montreal, Quebec.
I am a ten year old girl who read Tabasco the Saucy Raccoon. She made me laugh, she made me cry, and now is definitely living in my heart. Thank you for making such a wonderful book. I would love to have you at our school.
Zoe, Bella Coola, BC
On the night I shared my bed with four cougars and one husband! You can read all about it on the first two pages of my favourite book Love Affair with a Cougar which is being reprinted right now in response to reader requests. Here are the first few lines: “It was...
Please see my updated website. My book Tabasco the Saucy Raccoon is available in stores and online. I am also available for presentations in school. My most recent visit was to Ladysmith Intermediate School.
The original story of love between a Metis woman, Jane Howse, and Sam Livingston, a flamboyant Irishman, first published as Tell Me, Grandmother in 1985 by McClelland and Stewart, has been updated with new information, a new cover, and approximately additional...