Tag Archives: writers and illustrators

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MOUSELING’S WORDS!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MOUSELING’S WORDS!

 

Available today, 12/5/2017!!

Welcome to Mouseling’s Words–my newest little one! An auto-mouse-ography of being raised with the love of words.

 

For every lover of books, language and swashbuckling! Illustrated by the talented Ryan O’Rourke. (Check out his other books.)

 

Booklist says: “This earnest and encouraging title fits on the shelf of books for book- lovers . . .”

 

Publishers Weekly says:  “. . . a tribute to the way books can unite even the unlikeliest of friends.”

 

Kirkus Reviews says:  “The tale is well-paced with just the right amount of gentle adventure to appeal to young humans discovering the world of words and books for themselves. Encouraging, lovely words. “

 

Go out! Get it, and read it to your children and students today! Then, ask them what favorite words did you find today? (A good question for the end of class everyday, or before bedtime every evening!)

 

Celebrating!!

Shutta

 

Wielding the Right Words (and the right journals)

Wielding the Right Words (and the right journals)

hand writing Here’s the link to a new article I’ve written for Michigan’s SCBWI PAL newsletter about how words have their own personalities. And it’s also about how utilizing targeted journals is much more helpful than general journaling. (At least for me!)

It’s here: https://scbwimipalnewsletter.wordpress.com/2017/07/

Enjoy!

Shutta

Making it in the Middle: a new post at Literary Rambles

Making it in the Middle: a new post at Literary Rambles

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Excited that a new post of mine is now up at Literary Rambles! It’s all about my thoughts as a mid-lister, and what that means to an on-going career as a writer of children’s books. There’s also a book give-away included. So enter now, before January 21 st!

Check it out at: LITERARY RAMBLES.

Enjoy!

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               (Win a copy of William and the Witch’s Riddle at Literary Rambles . . . )

                                    (Also catch some recent interviews with me at: Deborah Kalb’s site and Michelle Bradford’s site.)