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After graduating Magna Cum Laude from the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in Civil Engineering, BB began her career in Lafayette, Louisiana as an engineer for Amoco in 1980. A true passion for the environment led her to begin working for an environmental science company, which is where she has been for the last several years. In 2016 BB began writing children’s books about the energy industry because she believes that there is much misinformation about how the oil and gas industry is bad for the environment and hopes to educate kids and parents alike with fun stories that are factually accurate. BB is married to Al H Denson and they have four daughters. She had no idea that life would take her in this direction, but she is enjoying the ride and hopes you are too.

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Gary The Go-Cart: Carbon Comes out of the Closet

Childrens, Educational, Picture Book

"Carbon Comes out of the Closet" is a fun story, written in poetry with rhyme and cadence. It is illustrated by the award winning Sidnei Marques, who passed away shortly after completing the illustrations for this book.

This book shows how carbon dioxide is actually good for the environment and explains it in a way that is simple enough for a child to understand. The book will make you and your child laugh out loud.

Sample Chapter


Gary the Go-Cart: Wind Blows

Children's, Educational, Picture Book

"Gary the Go-Cart: Wind blows" is a fun story, written in poetry with rhyme and cadence. It is illustrated by the late, award winning Sidnei Marques. This book compares Oil and Gas to Wind Energy in a way that even kids can understand.

Gary wants to go far and wants to go fast. He doesn't want to be slow like go-carts from the past. This book details Gary's adventure as he explores Wind Energy and compares it to Oil and Gas. You might be surprised by what he learns.

This is not your typical book about the environment. Ms. Denson takes some rather complicated ideas about energy and makes them simple enough for even a child to understand.

Sample Chapter