Teacher to sign book about Highway 20’s natural history

Hit the road with Jack McLeod as he talks about and signs his book, “The North Cascades Highway: A Roadside Guide to America’s Alps,” at 7 tonight at the University Book Store at Mill Creek.

McLeod, a science teacher at Everett’s Cascade High School, created this natural history guide with his spectacular photos of the flora and fauna and geologic features of the state’s Highway 20.

“The North Cascades Highway” lists at $26.95.

The University Book Store at Mill Creek is at 15311 Main St. in the Town Center. Call 425-385-3530 or see www.bookstore.washington. edu for more information.

McLeod will also be at Third Place Books, 17171 Bothell Way NE, Lake Forest Park, at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 12. Go to www.thirdplacebooks.com or call 206-366-3333 for information.

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