Where Should Turtle Be? by Susan Ring ’77
Susan Ring ’77, Where Should Turtle Be? (Sylvan Dell Publishing, 2009)
Ring’s book for small children, with illustrations by Laurie Allen Klein, is about a little turtle who gets lost when he leaves his egg. The bear tells him to live in the woods, but the frog tells him to live in the swamp. He needs help, but where can he get it?
Ring, a onetime music education major at Ithaca College, is a prolific, Emmy Award–winning writer who specializes in writing for children in all media, including television and song. She has also written nonfiction books and series. She lives in Providence, Rhode Island, where she teaches docents at the Roger Williams Park Zoo. She also teaches as an artist-in-residence in schools and libraries throughout New England.