Books for the Journey
A Guide to the World of Reading
Edited by Pamela J. Fenner, Anne J. Greer, and John H. Wulsin, Jr.
Pamela J. Fenner
Pam grew up in a large family in a small New England seacoast town. After receiving a B.S. in Biology from Chatham College, Pittsburgh, PA, she completed a Master of Arts in Teaching Science (MAT) from Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. She taught science in a public middle school and biology in a public high school.
During 21 years in northern California, Pam worked as a childbirth educator; marketing assistant for an arts organization; and a Grade 1 – 3 Teaching Assistant. While her youngest child attended Marin Waldorf School, Pam completed her Waldorf Teacher Education. She worked at two Waldorf schools in community development. Returning to her hometown in 1994, she resumed her book publishing and helped start a Tidewater School in Eliot, ME. Pam occasionally consults to schools and parent organizations. Books for the Journey: A Guide to the World of Reading is her fourth book.
Anne J. Greer
Anne has taught adolescents and young adults for 36 years, 18 of which at the Toronto Waldorf School in Canada. Her two daughters attended Waldorf schools from Kindergarten through Grade 12. Anne’s education includes a B.A. from Mount Allison University, Sackville, New Brunswick; a B.Ed. from Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia; and an M.A. from Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia.
In 1998, Anne retired from full-time teaching to live with her husband beside the ocean in Nova Scotia. She currently consults to Waldorf High Schools, writes articles about working with adolescents, and occasionally teaches adults as well as young people. Her special area of interest is Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival.
John H. Wulsin, Jr.
John grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio and completed his Waldorf Teacher Education at Emerson College, England. He completed a B.A. in English at Harvard College, Cambridge, MA and taught for four years in two non-Waldorf independent high schools.
John has been teaching English and Drama for 23 years at Green Meadow Waldorf School, from which his children have graduated. With an M.A. in English and American Literature from Columbia University, NY, he has taught Poetics to adults of the Eurythmy School of Spring Valley, NY. He also teaches at the Waldorf High School Teacher Education program at Rudolf Steiner College in Fair Oaks, CA. In addition, John has authored three books and many articles for educational journals.