How could I adequately introduce the book on its back cover, that part of a book that many potential readers first examine? I decided to put the text on top of a background image of Patty Carson’s sketch of the flying creature she encountered at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. What is the basic point of the book? The best that I could come up with was “a quest for discovering modern pterosaurs,” so that phrase dominates the back cover text. The bottom three images and text emphasize the concept that these flying creatures are seen in different parts of the planet, in particular in Cuba and in Papua New Guinea.
Paperback 6x9 inches 353 pages $17.50 SRP Pub: Apr 18, 2014 written by Jonathan David Whitcomb of Murray, Utah The “Bible of modern pterosaurs” is one description for this nonfiction book.
Copyright 2014  Jonathan David Whitcomb
Judging a book by its back cover
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Jonathan and Gladys
Author on an expedition in Papua New Guinea
Back cover of the Nonfiction Book Searching for Ropens and Finding God
Called the “Bible of modern pterosaurs”
reverse-image of the sketch by eyewitness Patty Carson, who now lives in Calif.