Individual Author Record
Name: Donna I. BennettPen Name: None Genre: Fiction Audience: Adult; Young Adult; Children; Born: 1926 in Ypsilanti, Michigan
-- Donna I. Bennett on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=donna+i.+bennett
Illinois ConnectionBennett lives in DeKalb, Illinois.
Biographical and Professional InformationBennett is a retired teacher. She wrote ''Jessica's Bear'', a book for young children after a lifetime of teaching. The story reflects her understanding of the beautiful differences in children. She attended Flint Junior College, received a B.A. from the University of Michigan and a Masters degree from Northern Illinois University. She is also the author of ''Elementary Field Experience'', a handbook for student and beginning teachers. Originally from Michigan, she has lived for many years in the DeKalb, Illinois, area.
- Elementary Field Experiences: A Handbook With Resources , Delmar, 1994
- Jessica's Bear, Mayhaven, 1999
- Walk Through the Valley of Death, Infinity, 2003
Titles At Your Library
ISBN: 1878044575 Mayhaven Publishing. 1999 When Little Bear realizes his little nose is not quite straight, he doesn't expect to be chosen as a Christmas present. In fact, he doesn't expect to be chosen at all, but when he is, despite his little difference, he finds a welcome home. Beautifully illustrated by Jane Dippold.
Walk Through the Valley of Death
ISBN: 0741414414 Infinity Publishing. 2003 This book deals with a family caring for a member who has a terminal illness. It addresses the emotions involved in facing the situation, the practical concerns of caring for the patient, and the response of the medical community. Of particular interest for families who find themselves in a similar situation is the annotated Bibliography and Resource section included in the book.
Elementary Field Experiences: A Handbook with Resources
ISBN: 0827356617 Cengage Learning. 1994 Full of specific and practical information, this book prepares elementary education students for their first clinical experiences, easing the transition from student to teacher.