Rachel Hope Crossman

is a retired Montessori elementary teacher and holds a State of CA Child Development Program Director Permit. She currently spends her time writing fantasy and science fiction.

Rachel was introduced to world mythology as a child on the Greek island of Delphi, where she ate pomegranates as her grandfather read the story of Persephone and Demeter, and in Athens where she picnicked at the Acropolis. She has four grown children and lives in Berkeley, CA.

For information on the synergy of literacy, fairy tales and Montessori philosophy,  please contact Rachel at rachel.crossman@gmail.com

To see all of Rachel’s book contributions visit her Amazon Author Page at https://author.amazon.com/home?locale=en_US&

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Rachel’s Amazon Author Page:  amazon.com/author/rachelhopecrossman

Do you know this vocabulary? Sphere, pyramid, ovoid, cube, rectangular prism, triangular prism, cylinder.