1985 – She wrote her first books. Published 1988
Why write? <ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>I came from a family of incredible storytellers. My mother's people were from the Ukraine and Russia...my father's people were from Ireland. My extended family,(Stewart's family) were from the bayous of Louisiana...also great story tellers. When you are raised on HEARING stories.....NOT SEEING THEM, you become very good at telling stories yourself, so telling is my stock and trade. Writing it all down, on the other hand, came much later in my life. I didn't start writing until I was 41 years old. I started jotting down the various stories that were rolling around in my head and did drawings to help illustrate them. </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul>Who could have guessed that little girl that was having such a tough time in school would end up an illustrator and author.
1990 – Just Plain Fancy Fancy More about the Amish & the story
1992 – Chicken Sunday Stewart and Winston Washington with Patricia then and now. Jkwdf;sflksflsakfslakfjslkfjsalfkjsalfkjsaflkjsflkjsafkjsflkjsflkjsaflkjsaflkjsflkjsaflkjsaflksjaflksjaflk;sajflskjfslkjfslkjfslakfjsalkfjsakjfsalkfjsalkfsafhsajfhsakjfhsakfjhskajfhskfjhsakjfhsakjfhsakjfhsakjfhskjfhsjfhskjlfhsakjlfhsakjfhskljfhsakljfhsakjlfhdkjlsahfkjlsahdfjklsafhkjlsah
1998 - Thank You, Mr. Falker THIS BOOK WAS WRITTEN BOTH TO HONOR MR. FALKER, BUT ALSO TO WARN YOUNG PEOPLE THAT MEAN WORDS HAVE A TERRIBLE POWER...AND THAT THEY SHOULD DO ALL THAT THEY CAN TO SEE THAT TEASING STOPS AT THEIR SCHOOL.
1999 – Welcome Comfort Welcome Comfort is an enchanting story, which not only teaches the importance of accepting others, but also, is a reminder of the power of "believing."
2005 – Emma Kate <ul><li>That adorable Emma Kate has an imaginary friend. A hilarious twist ending will have readers realizing there’s more to this imaginary friend than meets the eye! </li></ul>