In My Mother's Kitchen demonstrates how to establish rituals through easy exercises that provide steps to using the senses to record life stories, find forgiveness, and cope with loss. A caring gift to someone who has lost a loved one it is also a useful tool for recording personal histories.
Hearing so many stories in her workshops about surviving the Great Depression, Robin Edgar wrote Personal Legacies: Surviving the Great Depression to preserve their keys to survival and advice for future generations.
The Healing Power of Reminiscence is a 16-page pamphlet that describes the keys to making personal rituals from your memories to celebrate the times you had with loved ones.
Co-authored with her contemporary craft artist husband, David Edgar, Fantastic Recycled Plastic promotes the art of creative recycling using recycled plastic containers. Addressing the impact of plastic detritus on the environment, it offers 30 projects to spark your imagination.
This wonderful children's book with whimsical illustrations by Ronnie Mosseller tells the story of Morris the Horse, who thinks no one cares about him anymore now that cars and trucks are around. Deciding to just sit down in the middle of town and quit, his outlook changes when he meets a skinny little boy who becomes his friend as well as the town hero for getting Morris to finally get up and go!
Robin Edgar’s books are available at local libraries and bookstores.
You can also order them from Amazon.com