With second husband Jerrold Mundis.
(Are you mystified by the New Age? From flea-repelling cry...)
Are you mystified by the New Age? From flea-repelling crystal pet collars to Machu Picchu package tours, the New Age movement offers a delicious variety of services and products for every spiritual want. But can your local crystal shop give your chakras a tune-up? Dare you trust an ad in the back of a magazine to solve a right brain-wrong body problem? In 101 WAYS TO AVOID REINCARNATION, Hester Mundis presents the first no-nonsense guide to enlightenment. For the 43 percent of us who believe in a higher power-and the remaining 57 percent who would like to hedge our bets-Mundis shows you the easy way to take charge of your afterlife. Learn Healing with Money. How to Decorate Your Own Inner Space. Mealtime Mantras. For the harried career woman, The Tao of Shopping shows how to pick up metaphysical bargains. Businessmen will appreciate the teachings of the One-Minute Meditator. Perfect for student travelers is Atlantis on $5 a Day. Following the teachings of 101 Ways to Avoid Reincarnation, your spirit will be happily booked on the Astral Plane, in first class.
(Presents a collection of true stories, from the wild bird...)
Presents a collection of true stories, from the wild bird who sang a sick child back to health to the dog who saved a housecat from certain death in a clothes dryer
(When eccentric scientist Bucky Greene asks her to take ca...)
When eccentric scientist Bucky Greene asks her to take care of a baby chimpanzee named Friday until he returns--and keep it top secret--twelve-year-old Rachel soon discovers that Friday is no ordinary chimp, and when Greene is found dead, Rachel and Friday must embark on a wild adventure to discover the truth.
(This book answers the question that is on everybody’s min...)
This book answers the question that is on everybody’s mind: “What’s it like to raise a chimpanzee in Manhattan?” Hester Mundis’s hilarious memoir No He’s Not a Monkey, He’s an Ape and He’s My Son is the complete guide to raising a chimp in the heart of urban America. Join Hester, her husband, their terrifying attack dog Ahab, and the funniest monkey-excuse us, ape- ever to occupy an apartment on the Upper West Side of New York City in this true adventure of woman versus beast.
Mundis studied at Hunter College from 1956 to 1958 and at Brooklyn College in 1958-1959.
Mundis began her career as an editorial assistant at The New York Times in Manhattan and held the position from 1957 to 1958. Then in 1958 she became an editorial assistant at Fawcett Publications in New York City. A year later, Hester became a copywriter at Fawcett Books in New York City, where she worked until 1963.
In 1963, she took a position of a copy chief at Dell and Delacorte Press in New York City. In 1966, Mundis was appointed executive editor at Popular Library in New York City.
Three years later, she held the position of a senior editor at Avon Books in New York City. Since 1971, Hester is a freelance writer at West Shokan in New York City.
(When eccentric scientist Bucky Greene asks her to take ca...)2002
(This book answers the question that is on everybody’s min...)2014
(Are you mystified by the New Age? From flea-repelling cry...)1989
(Presents a collection of true stories, from the wild bird...)1999
Mundis is a member of American Writers Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists and Authors Guild, Inc.
On March 5, 1966 Hester Mundis married Jerrold J. Mundis. They divorced on October 1982. They have 2 children. On October 24, 1982 she married Ron Van Warmer.