Special thanks to the Baldwin Library of Historical Children’s Literature for supplying the images on the teaching portfolio page. Extra thanks to the Baldwin curator, Suzan Alteri, and her wonderful interns, Abbie and Kerry, for finding and scanning these images for me. Each image is from one of the historical children’s texts in the Baldwin.
LIT 4334: “Brightly colored” Saunders, L. & Parrish, M. (1925). Knave of Hearts. C. Scribner’s Sons: New York.
AML 2410: DiTerlizzi, T. (2010). The Search for WondLand.. Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers: New York.
ENG 1131: “Tree branches encircling Girl.” Grimm, J., Grimm, W., and Rackham, A. (1917). Little Brother, Little Sister: And Other Tales by the Brothers Grimm. Dodd, Mead & Co.: New York.
Myth: “Paul Bunyan Sunrise.” Leach, M. (1958). The Rainbow Book of American Folk Tales and Legends. World Pub Co.: Cleveland.
ENC 1102: “Red-haired girl with book.” Smith, J. W. (1909). The Seven Ages of Childhood. Moffat, Yard and Company: New York.
AML 2070: “Nun Reading.” Seguin, L. G. (1884). The Children’s Pastime: Pictures and Stories. Hodder and Stoughton: London.
ENC 1101: “Young Boy with Slate.” Anonymous. (1900). Youngsters at Play. McLoughlin Bros.: New York.
ENC 2210: “Students in Classroom.” Cooper, E. K. (1970). Together We Go: Stories. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich: New York.
ENC 3254: “Teacher’s Desk.” Alcott, L. M. (1974). An Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving. Lippincott: Philadelphia.
Professional Headshots (About Me and Home page): courtesy of Ben Simons
All other images on this website are original photographs taken by me.
This page: A waterfall in Mount Rainier National Park, Seattle, Washington, 2009
Home page: A vineyard overlooking Missen, Germany, 2007
About Me page: Life in the Alps, Gimmevald, Switzerland, 2008; Attending a UF Football game, Gainesville, FL 2013.
About the Mentor Program page: Sailing in Barcelona, Spain, 2008