Stuart Stotts

Stuart StottsEducation

B.A., The Evergreen State College, 1981


Stuart Stotts


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Biographical Note

Stuart makes his living as a performer and teaching artist. He has written five non-fiction books for children. His latest, We Shall Overcome: A Song that Changed the World, features a foreword by Pete Seeger. The book received an ALA Notable Children's Award for 2011, and it is published by Clarion Books. Stuart lives in Deforest, Wi, but travels widely, presenting at conferences and teacher trainings throughout the world.

Stuart Stott's bookPublication Type

Children's Books

Latest Publication Title

We Shall Overcome: A Song That Changed the World, Clarion Books, 2010

Additional Publications

Lucius Fairchild: Civil War Hero, Wisconsin Historical Society Press, 2011
Curly Lambeau: Building the Green Bay Packers, Wisconsin Historical Society Press, 2007
Books In A Box: Lutie Stearns and the Traveling Libraries of Wisconsin, Big Valley Press, 2005
The Bookcase Ghost: A Storyteller's Collection of Wisconsin Ghost Stories, Midwest Traditions, 1996

How did Evergreen help you in your career?

Evergreen encouraged creativity and connections to social change, with music often at the center.