It's a GO! I'll be joining in the Autum Shopping Event at Hopscotch Children's Store THIS SATURDAY (Sept 28th). Reading at/around 4:30!!!
I hope you'll join me and the wonderful owners of Hopscotch Children's Store, Saturday afternoon, September 28th, 4:30-5:30pm! Not only will I be reading my new release of A Year With Mama Earth, East Hills is having a fun shopping event. Many shops will have live music, food, and entertainment, and Hopscotch will have special guest, me along with other prizes and surprises. I hope you can join us!
Yes, to celebrate the release of my third picture book, A Year With Mama Earth, I’m creating a nature journal inspired by Rebecca Green’s illustrations and the book’s lyrical text. Find October’s installment here, as well as helpful educational links and more ideas for crafts and fun.
Picture it: the big kids are on their nature hike, and the toddler is either whining to get out of the stroller or backpack, or crying to get back in it. What if your toddler could join in the fun? What if your preschooler had a resource that needed no (or very little) reading, with cheery drawings, and easy, fun activities?
Yes, to celebrate the release of my third picture book, A Year With Mama Earth, I’m creating a nature journal inspired by Rebecca Green’s illustrations and the book’s lyrical text. I’m aiming the printables at PreK-3rd graders, and plan to include an abundance of STEAM activities: loads of natural science, art, creative writing, and so much more.
Making a book trailer can be as easy or as complicated as you want. I’ve made all of mine with nothing but iMovie, photo editing software, and an internet connection. I’m not a video expert by any means, but here’s a brain-dump of everything I know about creating a video trailer yourself, for free!
And then there were three ... books by me! It is with supreme delight that I announce Eerdmans Books for Young Readers will be publishing my picture book, Mama Earth's New Year. Yay!