Sharon Lovejoy


The listing of publications is not necessarily an endorsement, but reflects informational resources brought to my attention. Some of these sources publish or reprint my writing.


Great booklets on caterpillars courtesy of our government. Specify Western or Eastern U.S..

The address for caterpillar booklets is:

Lisa Cress

USDA Forest Service

180 Canfield St

Morgantown, WV 26505

Ranger Rick
National Wildlife Federation
8925 Leesburg Pike
Vienna, VA 22184
(800) 822-9919

An exciting magazine about wildlife, nature, and the environment for kids ages 7 to 12. For information about this magazine and how to get it, write to the address above. Also, ask about their EarthSaver newspaper.

The Peridot

A Journal for Creative Educational Ideas

P.O. Box 97

Gainesville, FL 32602

(352) 377-8318

(352) 377-5058 fax

(Text taken from The Peridot, Vol. 9, No. 2)

"Our name (pronounced pare-i-dough) comes from the yellow-green gemstone which, since ancient times, was widely believed to increase awareness. In these fast-paced times, awareness of our real needs can easily become lost.

Our purpose is to inspire, stimulate, and share educational ideas which promote the nuturing and development of the whole child and the progress of humanity. We are committed to bringing you critical and constructive commentary about education, as well as creative ideas for the school and home that are in harmony with the educational hilosophy of the Waldorf School Movement.

The Peridot is published two times a year by the Rudolf Steiner Educational Association of Florida, Inc., a non-profit organization. All articles express the ideas of the authors and do not necessily represent those of this publication or the RSEA of Florida, Inc.."

Growing Ideas: A Journal of Garden-Based Learning

National Gardening Association

180 Flynn Ave

Burlington, Vermont 05401

(800) 538-7476

Growing Ideas is published three times a year by the Education Department of the National Gardening Association. Growing Ideas provides instructional ideas, horticultural information and a forum for exhange among teachers using plants to stimulate learning. For a complimentary issue of Growing Ideas, contact NGA.