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My latest picture book, Whoo Whoo Who's Out There?  focuses on Baby Owl's fears of what he views as a very scary world. However, Mama Owl reassures him that he has nothing to fear and that she will watch over him until he is ready to soar on his own.

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Whoo Whoo Who's Out There?

ISBN:   978-1645383192  (Hardcover book)

ISBN:   978-1645383130  (Paperback book)

So many strange sights and sounds around Baby Owl! He frets about the scary world and wonders who will watch out for him. Mama Owl envelops him with love and helps him understand that as he grows, he will learn all about the world. She will be there to protect him until it is time for him to soar on his own.

A sweet story about parental love.

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My middle-grade book, Spies, Soldiers, Couriers, and Saboteurs: Women of the American Revolution  is the result of six years of research and writing. I love reading about American History and I hope you enjoy this book about amazingly courageous women.

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Spies, Soldiers, Couriers, and Saboteurs: Women of the American Revolution

ISBN:   978-1645380474

During the American Revolution, men and women risked their lives to fight for America's independence.  This book highlights the efforts of ordinary women who felt compelled to do this.

As you read, you will find yourself sneaking with spies, fighting on the battlefields, or finding other ways to sabotage the enemy. Each woman's story is unique. Each woman's story deserves to be told.

Attention Educators: I have brainstormed learning activities to use this book in the classroom. Simply click


My Halloween picture book, Three Little Ghosts, was inspired by the enjoyment my grandchildren experienced at Halloween. It's a story that is meant to bring a smile to your face and the faces of young readers.

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Three Little Ghosts

ISBN:  978-1943331734

It's Halloween night and three little ghosts huddle together to decide how they will spend their special evening.

This non-scary story is meant to be shared with youngsters. The bright illustrations are sure to bring a smile to your face.

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