Is it ever too early to expose children to ideas such as social, cultural and racial harmony? Aunt Judy says a resounding "NO!", believing that we can change the world - one child at a time.
Aunt Judy first became an aunt at age four. She has fourteen nieces and nephews, twenty-three great nieces and nephews, and has been writing songs and stories for them for years. Now she wants to reach out to children everywhere.
Born and raised as a MichiGANDER, Aunt Judy changed species when she moved south and became a TexHEN. Later she migrated north and married a CanadiHEN. She now lives in Clinton Township, Michigan with her husband, Uncle Bob, and her cat, Zulu. She has been spreading her message of peace and harmony with book readings throughout Canada and the United States.