Tag Archives: Children’s books

We Are Water Protectors

Stories and prophecies surrounding Mother Earth and Father Sky are abundant in indigenous folklore where Indigenous People have long protected the earth from those who would seek to abuse her resources. That’s why it is so wonderful to see that … Continue reading

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Janjay – A Story About Water

This year I joined the Board of the Global Water Alliance in Philadelphia and have gotten to see first hand just how extensive a reach the GWA has.  So many of our GWA partners are writers, educators, academics, and leaders … Continue reading

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The Lee Harper Interview

Lee Harper is a picture book author and illustrator from Doylestown, Pennsylvania best known for his whimsical illustrations for the best-selling Turkey Trouble series and just so happens to be the husband of one of my favorite traveling companions, his … Continue reading

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The Emperor’s Cool Clothes

Post three in a three-part series on the art and craft of writing for children: [photo courtesy of Lee Harper] The Emperor’s Cool Clothes The Emperor’s Cool Clothes by Lee Harper is a reimagining of the beloved tale, The Emperor’s … Continue reading

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Alex Moves to a New House

Post No. 2 in a series of three posts with three children’s authors dishing on the art and craft of writing for kids. Alex Moves to a New House Justine Bugaj, co-owner of bookscover2cover with a newly launched PR and … Continue reading

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Maddy’s Journey

     Writing children’s books is hard work. At first blush you think, “cake walk,” but upon closer inspection you realize the attention to detail, the dedication to concision, and the ability to simplify complex ideas so young minds can … Continue reading

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