Chapter 100, "The Sun Worshiper," about my beloved Suki, an extraordinary once-in-a-lifetime cat.
Essays on writing by the members of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, in celebration of its 60th anniversary in 2008.
Bilingual essays by 26 Latina cancer survivors from South Texas. Our Stories/Nuestras Historias was produced by Redes En Acción, The National Hispanic/Latino Cancer Network funded by the National Cancer Institute and based at the Institute for Health Promotion Research at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
The Women's Pharmacy: An Essential Guide to What Women Should Know About Prescription Drugs, with Robert L. Rowan, MD (New York: Random House/Dell, 2000)
A consumer pill guide for women featuring profiles on more than 300 drugs, safe drug use, becoming a more informed medical consumer, and improving communication with doctors and pharmacists (published in 2000).
"I love The Women’s Pharmacy as a reference book - it's very handy and well written."
--Dearest, owner, power-surge.com
Earth at Risk: Animal Welfare, (New York: Chelsea House, 1994)
Earth at Risk is a series of books for young readers designed to explore and promote awareness of critical environmental issues. Animal Welfare explores humankind’s complex relationship with our planet’s fellow inhabitants.
Members of the American Society of Journalists and Authors tell all about their favorite tools of the writer's trade (1990).
From the pages of Country Home magazine, the best of the best from 1990.
The Immigrant Experience: The Mexican Americans, (New York: Chelsea House, 1988; paperback 1996)
The Immigrant Experience is a series of books for young readers that celebrates our shared ethnic heritage. With an introduction by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, The Mexican Americans tells the story of immigrants who have crossed the United States border since 1848, following the achievements of its people.
The Women's Pharmacy: An Essential Guide to What Women Should Know About Prescription Drugs, with Robert L. Rowan, MD (New York: Random House/Dell, 2000)What women must know about the prescription drugs they take; "Easy to use"
Young adult nonfiction
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