As the daughter of a District Forester, I learned early on the importance of conserving natural resources and caring for the earth. When I was a child, I wanted to grow up and become an architect for doll houses, a writer of childrenâ€™s stories and plays (my first official screenplay, a Sci-Fi entitled Strangers from Planet Zadar debuted when I was in fourth grade), a famous artist, a poet, a play actor, a defender of wildlife, and an inventor. I invented different versions of leprechaun and fairy-catchers. Each one had an escape door, so Iâ€™m not really sure if I ever actually caught any fairies or leprechauns; but I think maybe so only they escaped.
Where is Love? 20 March 2010
Want to see what all the hubbub is about? You can listen to author Laura read her new children's book, WHERE IS LOVE? with the director of the Norther Westchester Philharmonic Orchestra accompanying her on the violin.
Plant a tree for every book you buy -- for only $1, together with the organization ECO-LIBRIS, you can help replenish forests around the world!