Author Ina Albert
For Ina Albert, truly listening is an answer to our ADHD society. Granny Greeny Says…Listen Louder, a storybook for all ages, tells how it’s done.
With 40 years in healthcare communications, as co-author, Write Your Self Well…Journal Your Self to Health, and numerous stories and articles, Ina’s earned her credentials. A columnist for Montana Woman Magazine and 406 Woman, she has published articles included in Second Journey, Belief Net, Jewish Magazine, Elder Woman Newsletter, in The Art of Grief edited by J. Earl Rogers for Routledge Press, and in University of Portsmouth, UK, anthology, Borderlines. Ina’s chapter in Disquiet Times, will appear in October, 2014.
Ina lives in Whitefish, Montana with her husband, Rabbi Allen Secher, and their dog Kugel.
Illustrator, Bret Schlesinger
Bret never goes anywhere without a sketchpad and paints. He chronicles life and culture around him in a painterly style that depicts his quiet and gentle world. A New York City teacher and administrator, he taught at Pace and Fordham Universities and is currently a member of the International Network of Productive Schools. Bret’s works have been shown in diverse collections including Ambassador and Mrs. Maxwell Gluck, Dmitri Nabokov, and former Mayor of New York City, Ed Koch. His illustrations have been published by Random House and Athenaeum. Bret has also exhibited at Brandeis and New York Universities, and various galleries in major U.S. cities. His drawings have also appeared in The New York Times Book Review.
Ina and Bret graduated Brandeis University together and Bret went on to receive his Masters Degree in Fine Arts from New York University. He lives in New York City and Mamaroneck, New York, with his wife Susan Eyre.