Newly released!!
More Than Ever - A View From My 70's (Essays On Rediscovering Life) - Published by Author House
Free Review Copies can be ordered by calling 1-800-839-8640 Ext 5244 

 

These essays have appeared in such publications as Modern Maturity, Mature Years, Best Friends Magazine, Asbury Park Press, Senior News and Boomer Times.
Short story by: Harriet May Savitz & Ferida Wolff           
"NO CANES ALLOWED"

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I have four books now of adult essays  3 of them are with AuthorHouse 

"More Than Ever" 

  "Hello Grandparents, Wherever You Are"
 
 "Keeping It Going, After 70 & Before"  

"Messages From Somewhere"
available here on this site

 

 published January 2006  

 "Hello Grandparents. Wherever You Are." (Late-Life Discoveries) (publisher - AuthorHouse)

 

 

 

The Gifts Animals Can Give
 
iUniverse

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"Keeping It Going, After 70 & Before"
The newest just released this week (March 26, 2007)

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Sidney! Sidney! Sidney!
By Harriet May Savitz

Our price: $9.95
Format: Paperback
Size : 6 x 9
Pages: 102
ISBN: 0-595-40610-6
Published: Sep-2006

Harriet May Savitz
412 Park Place Ave
Bradley Beach, NJ  07720
732-775-5628(telephone)
hmaysavitz@aol.com

Reissued books

BACK-IN-PRINT by Authors Guild Backinprint.com/iUniverse.com


Award-winning books for a new generation of readers

 

 Books can also be purchased through Barnes & Noble, Amazon.com.

The problem of child predators is being addressed in the media and in every household in the country where there are kids.   As published authors of 40 books, we hope to give you tools to keep yourself safe.   Enjoy Stick Together and don’t forget to tell your brothers and sisters and your friends to stick together.

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From Harriet’s Family:

 

The words of Harriet May Savitz will live on forever as will her spirit.

 

Her typewriter has been silenced as she passed away on July 20th, after fighting a strong battle with a terminal illness.

 

As her words are read and pages turned in her books, so shall she remain with us in our souls, touching and changing lives on a daily basis.

 

Her power and strength will continue as she explores the spiritual world in which she so strongly believed.

 

Harriet’s daughter Beth can be reached at the following (email is preferred).

 Email:    greetingsfromasburypark@verizon.net

Phone:     732 681-2758

 

About the Author 
 

Harriet May Savitz has over 24 books published by major publishers.  She is a contributor to over one dozen Chicken Soup for the Soul books and newspapers around the country.  Savitz’s book, Run, Don’t Walk, was made into an ABC Afterschool Special produced by Henry Winkler.  Her book, Fly, Wheels, Fly was nominated for the Dorothy Canfield Fisher Award and of her young adult novel, “The Lionhearted,” Kirkus Review said, “We cheer a major victory…  The Lionhearted stirs an awareness of wheelchair occupants’ problems and of the wider implications of the word handicapped.”  The Lionhearted (now reissued by Authors Guild/iUniverse) was listed as one of the most popular books in The University of Iowa’s Books for Young Adults.


     CHECK THE REISSUED BOOKS FOR 2006!!!
 

Harriet's writing about the disabled and the reissued books ..which are all published as an Authors Guild Backinprint.com Edition – iUniverse.

 

Wheelchair Champions


New Release
 

Picture Book - "Is A Worry Worrying You?"   By Ferida Wolff and Harriet May Savitz  -  Publisher tanglewoodbooks.com 

Available at Borders Book Stores nationwide



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The Magic Minute
by: Harriet May Savitz


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" TO EDITORS:  A NEW WORK IN PROGRESS..AVAILABLE FOR PUBLICATION.. comments appreciated from everyone. HMS" If you are interested in publishing The Magic Minute, please contact hmaysavitz@aol.com     


Messages From Somewhere  -
Inspiring Stories of Life After 60

 

Messages From Somewhere

Publishers Weekly  Review  2002

 

“Savitz, the author of young adult books and a contributor to the Chicken Soup series, reflects on the late-life independence she’s discovered as a senior in these uplifting, interwoven essays.  She explores her continuing maternal role, the friendships she’s found in later years, widowhood and the transition from suburban living to closer quarters after the family dispersed.  Savitz amusingly describes “senior moments” of absentmindedness (which strike her children and grandchildren, too) and offers touching personal anecdotes about needing and still being needed by her middle-aged children.”

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412 Park Place Avenue
Bradley Beach, N.J. 07720

 
 

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