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I’ve just finished three weeks of school residency programs with elementary children. We write using techniques and strategies that I use in my own books for kids, and then we illustrate using cut paper collage—also a method I employ in … Continue reading
I have a high school junior right now and so my life is filled with college talk. I often find myself thinking back to my own pre-college time these days and trying to remember, what did I want to do with … Continue reading
So, I know that the 52 Mondays Blog is usually a place to find positive, uplifting, inspirational stuff. I know that, when you come here, I’m usually peddling peace, love and happiness. And, I know that many of my most … Continue reading
Today’s post is part of a celebration for my friend, Carla. It is also a chance for you to WIN her new book, Imaginary Animals, just by posting a reply to today’s blog. Carla is giving away a signed copy to … Continue reading
I hope you did your time at the gym because it’s time for a big piece of cake…birthday cake, that is. The Monday Blog is officially ONE YEAR OLD today! Thanks to everyone who took the time to email me … Continue reading