Letting Nature Be Our Guide with Ellen Dee Davidson

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Ellen Dee Davidson is an advocate for the health of forests. Besides her memoir, she’s the author of a number of children's books, also worked as an elementary, piano, and creative writing teacher and raised two daughters. She lives with her husband in the redwoods of northern California where she regularly sits with trees in a form of “forest bathing”. 

Ellen Dee Davidson is the author of: 

  • Stolen Voices: In a City Ruled by Silence Can One Girl’s Voice Make a Difference? (Turtleback Books Library Binding 2005)
  • Princess Justina Albertina (Charlesbridge 2007)
  • Zoe the Misfit (Boulden Publishing 2008)
  • Wind (Luminare Press 2022)
  • Wild Path to the Sacred Heart (A Forest Bathing Memoir) (Star Tree Press 2019) 

To learn more about the work of Ellen Dee Davidson go to www.ellendeedavidson.com 

Host: Justine Willis Toms   Interview Date: 3/27/2023   Program Number: C0584

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