Evelyn Wolfson


Since graduating from college, Evelyn Wolfson has been teaching and writing about the environment, history, and Native American life. While raising two children, Mrs. Wolfson taught ecology and Indian lore to students and teachers at an environmental education center in Massachusetts. She also conducted teacher in-service training in Massachusetts schools. For the past thirty years she has been a teaching specialist in Native American culture in public schools throughout Massachusetts.

Mrs. Wolfson has authored thirteen books for children, co-authored a textbook on environmental education, and contributed to an anthology. She has written for newspapers and magazines contributing articles for both children and adults.


Japanese edition Fall 2003
Walker & Company 1986
The Millbrook Press 1992
The Millbrook Press 1992
Co-authored with Barbara Robinson Teachers College Press 1982
An Anthology edited by Jean Gould
A collection of triumphant, sassy and insightful travel stories of older women.