Maggie May, an Environmental Story

Donna W. Guthrie 4:00, US

Maggie May is a shopper and the packaging of her purchases is burying her alive. She learns to buy less, and to recycle to save Mother Earth.

Donna W. Guthrie is a writer, playwright, documentary filmmaker and lecturer. She is the author of twenty-four books and sixty educational video podcasts for children, three animated films and four award-winning documentaries. Donna holds a BA in Journalism, Rider University, Lawrenceville, New Jersey and MFA in Children’s and Young Adult Literature, Vermont College, Montpellier, Vermont. She is the co-founder of the Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival, the longest-running woman’s film festival in North America. When she is not writing or attending film festivals, Donna is on a quest to hike all the sixty-three National Parks in the US.