Marsha Robinson is the author of four children’s books about a young girl who rescues animals. The first book, Rescuing Humphrey, was inspired by a Sebastopol goose that became the girl’s buddy. Together they go on to rescue two raccoons, three miniature donkeys, and four river otters.
Over the last five years, Marsha has taught a literary academy, “Creativity Gone Wild!” which is an after-school program for students in grades First through Fifth. Her goal is to help each student write and illustrate a twenty page book, and so far 135 students have created books. Each child receives a copy of his or her book and autographs a copy for the school library. Marsha is currently writing a travel memoir about her adventures in France. The trip was planned by her French friends, who chose not to share information about where they would go or what they would do on any one day, which made every day a surprise. She hopes to have the manuscript finished and ready for publication by Fall of 2018.