Carole Garbung Vogel is the award-winning author of 25 nonfiction books for children and young adults. Many of her children's publications deal with the power of nature and she conveys her passion for unusual geological and meteorological events in books such as Shock Waves Through Los Angeles; The Great Midwest Flood; and Nature's Fury: Eyewitness Reports of Natural Disasters, the last of which was chosen the 2001 Boston Authors Club Book of the Year. The Restless Sea, Vogel's most recent release, is a six-book series about the ocean, it's shifting tectonic plates, the creatures living in the depths of the waters, and the impact humans have had on the oceans. She has also written a number of books with author Kathryn A. Goldner.
Her writing is not only devoted to nature-related subjects; her Will I Get Breast Cancer? Questions and Answers for Teenage Girls was named 1996 honor book in the science category by the Society of School Librarians. She also functioned as compiler, editor, and was a contributor in the 1994 book We Shall Not Forget: Memories of the Holocaust, a 500-page book containing 42 essays about the Holocaust.
Vogel is a member of of The Author's Guild, the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, and the National Writers Union.