Click to preview Conserving Wildlife Communities: Should It Include the Wolf? photo book

Facts, opinions, maps and history, will help students answer this important question. Use in conjunction with a non-fiction book about Wolves and help teach students about the importance of conserving wildlife and their habitats. Contact the author for lesson plans.


About the Author

Eileen Goodman
emausmom Fredericksburg, Virginia

I was born and raised in historical Winchester, Virgina, located in the northern Shenandoah Valley. As a child I took ballet, piano and trumpet lessons. During my high school years I joined the band and chorus, knowing that music would be my major in college. At this time I was organist and choir director for St. Pau'ls Episcopal Church, writing plays and musicals for the youth. After taking courses at Shenandoah Conserveratory, in 1973 I met my husband and we decided to marry in 1974. I attended DePaul University during the summer of 1974. In the fall I applied for a position as music teacher at Highland School. Here I wrote and directed plays and musicals until my son was born in 1979. I elected to remain at home with him and iI was during this time, I began research and writing Storm Over Fauquier. Being a living historian & performing in TV/movie/miniseries, contributed to this research. Working in Spotsylvania County as a reading para, I continue to write for my classes.

Publish Date  October 07, 2012

Dimensions  Standard Portrait  36 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Education

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