SFCC Library presents Elephant Doctor of India at 2 p.m. April 27 with pre-registration by April 26, 2021

SFCC Library presents “The Elephant Doctor of India”

From 2-3 p.m. April 27, Free, preregistration required by April 26 at


What: Online talk sponsored by the SFCC Library “The Elephant Doctor of India”

Description:  Janie Chodosh spent three weeks in Assam, India with conservationist and elephant doctor, Dr. KK Sarma. Her book, “The Elephant Doctor of India” explores his work in saving and protecting elephants, how the largest tea growing region in the world affects these magnificent creatures, and the ecology of the elephants. She will show slides and read from her new book.

Sponsored by the SFCC Library

Who: Janie Chodosh                   

When:  2 to 3 p.m. April 27                      

Where: On Zoom, pre-registration required. Register by April 26 to attend: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ChodoshApril2021. Registrants will be sent a Zoom link on the morning of the event.         

Cost: Free                         

Author Quote: Janie Chodosh said, “Writing this book, as well as my other three books, has allowed me to blend the two things I love most, the natural world and storytelling. As an environmentalist and a writer, I seek to tell stories that bring the wonder of nature to the reader and inspire them to care more.

Bios/Additional Facts:  Janie Chodosh is the author of four books and has worked extensively in the field of environmental education. She is an SFCC instructor in the biology department. She teaches field ecology and environmental science. She is also an adjunct faculty member in the SFCC English department. Read Janie Chodosh’s full bio here. See more details and information on how to purchase the book at The Elephant Doctor of India.

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