Edith Andersen taught elementary school for thirty years. She is the author of I Am From Iceland, her childhood memoir, and five books for children.
Edith and her husband have six children that have blessed them with eleven perfect grandchildren. They live in Michigan and talk about living in Hawaii. Edith spends her time writing, playing the piano, hiking, swimming, knitting, gardening, and collapsing on her couch.
Profits from her children's books go to children's charities in loving memory of her daughter Andrea.
This is a fairy tale, a story of a princess who always wants more. More dresses, more toys, more fun. The story helps children understand that what makes us happy is not purchased in stores but felt with the heart.
Tumi the Dragon is written for children ages three to six years of age. It's a story of a dragon boy, born on top of a mountain under a big yellow moon. One day, while exploring, he falls off the mountain and rolls into a world of little animals. How will he get along with animals that are so different from him?