Stewart, Sarah, 1939-
- Existence: 1939-
Sarah Stewart grew up in Texas and studied Latin and philosophy at a number of colleges and universities. She has held a number of jobs including: teacher, speechwriter, and ombudsman.
Sarah Stewart, a writer and gardener, lives in Mendon, Michigan, with her husband David Small. The money tree is her first book. She has written a number of other children's books which are illustrated by her husband including: The Library, The Gardener (a Caldecott Honor Book), The Journey, and The Friend.
She has reviewed children's books for The New York Times, has edited copy for The Texas Observer, and occasionally has a poem published in an obscure journal. In November 2007 Sarah received the Michigan Author's Award, the state's highest honor that the librarian's association may grant to an author. A full list of her work can be found on her website.
Found in 96 Collections and/or Records:
An ink and watercolor piece of a child waking up in a large, pink room.
An ink and watercolor piece of a woman hugging a child while they stand in shallow water on a beach.
An ink and watercolor piece of a child building a sand castle on a beach with a woman sitting next to her.
An ink and watercolor piece of a child and a woman walking along a beach with their names written in the sand behind them.
An ink and watercolor piece of a child helping a woman hang laundry on a clothes line.
An ink and watercolor piece of a woman and child standing together in a courtyard.
An ink and watercolor piece of a woman sitting and knitting while looking at photographs as a child looks out of a window.