Robert U. Montgomery

Welcome

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Meet Robert

Author Robert U. Montgomery loves nature and teaching. Those passions are reflected in most of his works, including Who Let the Bugs Out?, an illustrated children's book, and Fish, Frogs, and Fireflies: Growing up with Nature. Additional titles include Pippa's Journey: Tail-Wagging Tales of Rescue Dogs, and Under the Bed: Tales From an Innocent Childhood.

The award-winning author's short stories and nature photos have been published in both adult and children's publications, including Boy's Life. He also has written three books about fishing and an eco-thriller novel,
Revenge of the Wolf. Montgomery lives in the Missouri Ozarks with his rescue dog Pippa.
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My latest release

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In Nourishing the Soul--- the Real Value of Meals on Wheels, author Robert U. Montgomery documents how it improves life emotionally, spiritually, and even physically for volunteers, as well as recipients.

Ninety-five-year-old volunteer Dorothy Gouin provided the inspiration for this book, and she is profiled in Part I. "Some might say she’s a legacy," said Cher Robinson, director of the center where Dorothy volunteers. "She’s been here approximately 19 years, helping, guiding, teaching, listening, and most of all loving all who have met her. I believe Dorothy is an angel."

More of my Books

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My Blog

Nature was my first love, and time has not diminished the passion.

Nature also was my teacher. From her, I learned about love and loyalty, life and death, kindness and compassion. And, yes, the birds and bees.

My books, both fiction and non-fiction, are a tribute to my first love and mentor. Read them and you will know me. Read them and, I hope, you will learn, laugh, cry, and maybe even wax nostalgic about your own time spent in the outdoors, especially as a child. Read them and, I hope, you will be inspired to spent more time in nature.

And take your kids along. Youngsters in today's world are more in need of that introduction than any of generations past.

Share my books with them too, especially
Who Let the Bugs Out?, which I wrote especially for young readers.

My Photography

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