I want to wish each and every one of you a most happy and healthy holiday season.
Thank you for coming to my blog and reading my posts and liking them and commenting – there are so many blogs you could visit and I’m truly grateful you visit mine.
I’m excited to be starting my newsletter in the first week of 2015 – I can’t wait to share all of the picture book story recommendations and quick craft projects and super-easy recipes and helpful tips and tools that I know parents and teachers will enjoy using with their kids.
If you haven’t signed up yet I hope you will: http://eepurl.com/8pglH – it’s easy-peasy!
And guess what – anyone who subscribes to the newsletter will be entered into the drawing for a copy of my Show Me How book – winner to be announced in my first blog post of the year – whoo-hoo!
I hope you all had a lovely Thanksgiving – ours was, thanks to our standby generator, a huge success. Good food, loving family and lots of old-fashioned fun. We ate and played board games and ate and talked and ate some more.
December is going to be a busy month.
I’m finishing up Mira Reisberg’s Illustrating Children’s Picture Books course – it was an amazing journey into the world of art and how it impacts picture books. Mira also has another incredible class starting in January – The Chapter Book Alchemist – I may have to write that on my list to Santa.
I managed to write two picture book drafts as part of Julie Hedlund’s 12×12 Challenge…it will soon be time to register for 2015 – click Julie’s link to get on the mailing list so you don’t miss out..
I’m getting the house ready for the holidays – my son and his family are flying in from Chicago for Christmas.
I finished Tara Lazar’s PiBoIdMo challenge and have a journal FILLED with over 30 story ideas that will keep me busy throughout the long cold winter and beyond.
I’m putting together my newsletter which will go out to all my subscribers in the new year. I’d also like to give away a copy of my Show Me How book – just click and subscribe and you’ll get the newsletter, filled with picture book recommendations, quick and easy craft projects and child-friendly recipes; a one-page anti-bullying toolkit guide for kids, AND an entry for the book giveaway. What are you waiting for? (If you’ve already subscribed, you already have your golden ticket entry for the book giveaway): http://eepurl.com/8pglH