Bardige, Betty 1950–

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Bardige, Betty 1950–

(Betty Lynn Segal Bardige, Betty S. Bardige)


Born July 7, 1950, in Boston, MA; daughter of Myron (a surgeon) and Marilyn M. (a professor of early childhood education) Segal; married Art Bardige (an educational software developer), June 14, 1970; children: Myla Kori, Brenan Lyle, Arran Brett. Ethnicity: ‘Jewish.’ Education: Wellesley College, B.A., 1971; Harvard University, M.A.T., 1972, Ed.D., 1983. Politics: Democrat. Religion: Jewish.


Home and office—Cambridge, MA. Agent—Suzy Cohen, Gersh Agency, 41 Madison Ave., Fl. 33, New York, NY 10010. E-mail—[email protected].




(With mother, Marilyn M. Segal) Your Child at Play, Five to Eight Years: Building Friendships, Expanding Interests, and Resolving Conflicts, Newmarket Press (New York, NY), 2000.

(Under name Betty S. Bardige; with Marilyn M. Segal) Building Literacy with Love: A Guide for Teachers and Caregivers of Children from Birth through Age 5, Zero to Three Press (Washington, DC), 2005.

(Under name Betty S. Bardige; with Marilyn M. Segal) Poems to Learn to Read By: Building Literacy with Love, illustrated by Beryl Simon, Zero to Three Press (Washington, DC), 2005.

At a Loss for Words: How America Is Failing Our Children and What We Can Do about It, Temple University Press (Philadelphia, PA), 2005.