(It is a guidebook for families written by one who has tru...)
It is a guidebook for families written by one who has truly enjoyed these recreational adventures and pleasures with children in tow.
(In an increasingly multi-cultural society, The Other Side...)
In an increasingly multi-cultural society, The Other Side is a travel memoir for our times. It explores the world of the border where landscapes are both subjective and objective, and where journeys are measured not only in terms of miles, but also in terms of personal transition.
(The most popular guide to activities and outings n San Di...)
The most popular guide to activities and outings n San Diego County with special appeal for children, written by a pediatrician and mother of three. If you are a kid, have a kid, or know a kid, this book will entertain!
Judy attended Duke University and the University of Michigan. She received a Master of Arts from Temple University Medical School in 1968.
Judy Goldstein Botello plays several roles simultaneously, including doctor, teacher, and lecturer. She is also a writer with a particular interest in place. Her first book was Adventures with Kids in San Diego: Places to Go, Things to Do, Sights to See, a sourcebook for parents interested in places and activities for children in the author's adopted hometown. In her second, The Other Side: Journeys in Baja California, the author takes the reader along with her as she discovers the beauty and history of this peninsula in northwest Mexico over the course of fifteen years. In 2001, she co-wrote More Adventures with Kids in San Diego with her daughter and field tested on her grandchildren.
Judy is also a frequent contributor of articles, poetry, and reviews to periodicals, including Lear's, San Diego Union Tribune, and Southern Review of Literature.
Botello currently works with developmentally disabled children, teaches Western medicine and physiology to acupuncture students, lectures on cross-cultural issues in medicine, and has taught pediatrics at several community colleges and at the University of California, San Diego.
(The most popular guide to activities and outings n San Di...)2001
(It is a guidebook for families written by one who has tru...)1991
(In an increasingly multi-cultural society, The Other Side...)1998
Judy was married to Steve Goldstein, a psychologist. After divorce she married Victor Botello, a community organizer.