Whatever you decide to look for you will find, whatever you beckon will eventually beckon you.
Amy Krouse Rosenthal
Amy Krouse Rosenthal decided to become an author while she was on maternity leave with her daughter. She quit her job as a copywriter and went on to publish over 30 children's books, including such beloved titles as “Little Pea,” “Uni the Unicorn,” and “Duck! Rabbit!” She also wrote memoirs and essays, but perhaps her most famous work is a piece she wrote for the “New York Times” column “Modern Love,” called "You May Want to Marry My Husband." Published just days before she died of ovarian cancer, it speaks of a life full of love and caring, a wife and mother who embraced joy and creativity until the very end.