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JUDY SKLAR RASMINSKY is a professional writer and editor who has tackled subjects as diverse as rusting cars and public opinion polls, but her major interests are education, child care, parenting, health, and science.
For many years she worked as a staff editor and researcher for book and magazine publishers such as HarperCollins, the Reader’s Digest, and the Hearst Corporation. As a freelancer, she has authored trade books, textbooks, and booklets, and her articles have appeared in the Reader’s Digest, Working Woman, the Los Angeles Times, and numerous other publications, including college and high school anthologies. “When a Baby Dies,” her Reader’s Digest feature about miscarriage and stillbirth, drew over 1,500 letters.
The fourth edition of Challenging Behavior in Young Children is her latest book.
In addition to earning two Texty Awards for textbook excellence, Judy has captured prizes from the National Association of Government Communicators, the International Association of Business Communicators, and the National Institutes of Health. She is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, the Professional Writers Association of Canada, the Textbook and Academic Authors Association, and the Authors Guild.
Recently her focus has turned to editing books and articles on a wide range of topics, from the Clinical Center at the NIH to the story of a large family of German Jews who found refuge in Peru during the Nazi era.
To contact Judy about her writing and editing services, email jud...@challengingbehavior.com.