After living aboard a sailboat with her husband and sons for five years, Mrs. Suhay returned to land and began writing her fables for children and posting them online. At the same time she took up a freelance career, working mainly for the New York Times.
The fables were passed around from reader to reader around the world, until they finally found their way into the hands of publisher. These tales, spiritual/character lessons, were turned into two beautiful hard cover volumes by publisher (Paraclete Press) in Brewster Mass.
These original life-lesson fables are for children, but they are also written to help heal what has been broken in our own childhoods and went unrepaired. The tales were written to empower, uplift and provide tools for continuing character education.
This site contains fables from published and upcoming books as well as some Ms. Suhay's essays from the New York Times, Christian Science Monitor, Boston Globe and other publications.
Please come in and make yourself at home. Read and share these tales and when you are done, perhaps the light of the world is just a little brighter for you and yours.