Rosemary Zibart

Biography

Rosemary Zibart has worked as a journalist, playwright and children’s book writer. Her newspaper and magazine articles tackled issues such as how art can transform the lives of at-risk teens and the Heart Gallery that promotes the adoption of children and teens. As a playwright, she has written award-winning plays for adults and children like Never Ever Land and My Dear Doctor. In 1989, she created the first in a series of travel books for youth called Kidding Around San Francisco (John Muir Press, 1989). In 2004, she received an “Angel in Adoption” award from the National Coalition on Adoption Institute. Rosemary lives in Santa Fe with her husband Jake, her dog Bandit, her cat Micky (short for Mick Jaguar) and looks forward to frequent visits from her beloved grandson Brandon.

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Forced Journey: The Saga of Werner Berlinger
Series: Far and Away. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 47,110. Language: English. Published: May 27, 2015 by Artemesia Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Historical » USA, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Historical
Escaping Nazi Germany, 12-year-old Werner hopes to create a new home in New York. Werner faces bullies and anti-Semitism, overcoming these struggles with assistance from new friends. All the while keeping alive the burning ember of hope that his father and little sister will join him in his new home.
True Brit - Beatrice, 1940
Series: Far and Away. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 50,060. Language: English. Published: November 20, 2011 by Artemesia Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Historical
In 1940, Beatrice Sims, a spoiled English girl arrives in Santa Fe to escape the war in London. At first the twelve-year-old hates the dusty little town. But soon Beatrice makes friends and develops a crush on handsome Esteban. First accused of being faceta – stuck up, Beatrice learns to change tires, ride wild ponies and helps the nurse, Clementine Pope, rescue a sick baby on an Indian pueblo.

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