Category: Children’s Book

Kindergarten Lessons Ain’t What They Use to Be. Part II of My Blog Series about the STEM 5-E Lesson Plan.

Howard Gardener’s definition of intelligence uses 3 primary and overarching categories: ability to create an effective product or service that is valued in a culture set of skills that make it possible for a person to solve problems in life the potential for finding…

Kindergarten lessons ain’t what they use to be. Part I of My Blog Series about the STEM 5-E Lesson Plan.

Finger painting and building blocks were the staples of Baby Boomer’s kindergarten classrooms across the US throughout the 1950’s and 60’s. But if you visit a kindergarten classroom in Los Angeles, New York, Miami or Chicago in 2016, you will find a much different environment,…

Purchasing Look At Me

To purchase Look At Me, Look At Me-Can You Guess My Specialty? you can go to the following websites: eBAY  ($19.50 with free postage & I can sign the book for you) Use the title of the book to find the page or http://www.ebay.com/itm/Look-At-Me-Look-At-Me-Can-You-Guess-My-Specialty-/201635156647?hash=item2ef26452a7:g:cs8AAOSwQYZW0Oc~…

SCBWI Summer Conference

It was wonderful to have an opportunity to rub elbows with outstanding children’s book writers and illustrators this past weekend. The SCBWI events never disappoint and in fact leave you with an uplifted writing spirit. I was fortunate to sell my book during the Members…

Look At Me, Look At Me-Can You Guess My Specialty?

Look At Me, Look At Me-Can You Guess My Specialty? allows children to use their natural powers of observation to recognize patterns that animals share such as master jumpers having long, powerful hind legs and master predators having all sharp teeth. The illustrations by Lori Ann Levy-Holm beautifully provide…

Lions – Master Hunter

Lions are a featured animal in my first book, Look At Me, Look At Me – Can You Guess My Specialty?  The extraordinary physical features of lions stand out and when matched with their empowering spirit, they are true master of their domain as hunters…