Judith's stories include explorations into the mythic and
dissections of the minuscule, with traditional and original material available for all age groupings.
Well known for stories sculpted from her own observed
life, subjects such as patient (or the attempt at it) parenting, disasters in dating land, and even helping elders through their last journey,
are no strangers to her repertoire.
As a post feminist, vegetarian, pacifist, her son's path
through the ranks of football playing and into the US Marines has been the source of much comedy and a template for human growth and
development. One of these tales appears in the Chicken Soup for the Soul
series, and many of them are on her
These all can be found both in her adult repertoire and stories for children and families.
Put the children to bed. Enough of happily-ever-after. These are stories about shaking it up and working it out in the
Educational, Medical, Business and Religious Training workshops
Commissioned by organizations as wide ranging as the US Department of the Interior and National Public Radio, these original stories out of
authentic history bring the past into your heart and mind.
Stories have the power to further curriculum goals, enhance cognitive skills, and address social and emotional issues, and all this while
everyone is smiling.
Stories in museums or at interpretive sites can draw guests into the heart and soul of an institution while simultaneously imparting information in a way that is accessible and inclusive.
Every great religious tradition has a story to tell. Specializing in stories of Jewish life, these tales explore the history, teachings, practices, and lives of this culturally rich community.
From Eve through Rosie the Riveter, from the bedroom to the workplace, women's stories offer elegant, profound, and sometimes painful perspectives on our history and lives.