1. You fear when it's any child's birthday because this could be the one who brings in full sized chocolate cupcakes with blue icing 2. Teacher appreciation week is almost as good as Christmas... and sometimes you secretly compare your inventory to another teachers. 3. You've learned to cope with mini furniture until you come… Continue reading 15 Signs You’re an Early Educator
So you have great ideas and superb talent to communicate those ideas through written word. But often times the challenge comes in when finding an outlet to make your content and ideas avalible, specifically, as a book, novel, or memoir. You'd love to publish, but the task seems scary or daunting, and those fears are… Continue reading 5 Reasons You Should Consider Self-publishing Your Book
Mally Mae had a horrible day! She woke up late for school causing her whole day to get out of whack. Shoes on the wrong feet, no time for breakfast, and barely enough time to get out the door to make the school bus. Unfortunately that was only the beginning of Mally Mae's rotten day. … Continue reading What Will Children Learn When Reading Mally Mae’s Rotten Day?
How do I create the illustrations for Mally Mae's Rotten Day? Each picture is thought up in vivid detail before I ever put the pencil to the paper. I start out by sketching a rough idea of what I wish to illustrate. At this point in the process, detail is ignored for the most part. That… Continue reading Sketches and Development
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