Books by Betsy Wolff Frey
Bedtime Stories for Children
The Lost Civilization Series consists of bedtime stories for children. Each book is illustrated and has a happy, sleepy ending.
Books for Older Children
Up Lighthouse Road is a fictional autobiography. Ginny B lives in Pine Grove, Mendocino County, California. She is not pleased with her eighth grade class assignment, which is to write an autobiography. To make the task more interesting, she decides to create an illustrated autobiography.
Numbers for Smart Kids introduces complex topics using simple terminology and humor. Children enjoy simple explanations of complex topics; so do many older folks. The material is not all kid-stuff; it includes concepts often covered in high school or college classes.
E-Books for Young Children
These e-books may be read on the Kindle and other digital readers. They are available at Amazon.com.. They are particularly useful when traveling with young children.
Kennebago Moments is a book of poems, essays, and drawings inspired by the area around Kennebago Lake, near Rangeley, Maine. The lake is in the Great North Woods. The Northern Forest has changed little in the past one hundred years.
An American Trilogy contains the Declaration of Independence, the United States Constitution, and the Gettysburg Address, formatted for the Kindle. It is available as an e-book. Navigation links provide quick access to each document, including the Preamble, Articles, and Amendments to the Constitution.
The Book of Days resembles a calendar with a blank space for each day of the year, but no year is specified. One can use it to keep track of birthdays, anniversaries, and other memorable occasions.