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Sep25No Comments

It’s Here! The O.C. Children’s Book Festival

Hi SoCal Friends, If you’re looking for something some family fun tomorrow (Sunday, September 25th), please join me between 9:30 and 4:30 at the Orange County Children’s Book Festival held at Orange Coast College, 2701 Fairview Road, Costa...
Sep07No Comments

Eeek! It’s a Sneak Peek!

Sunni, the world’s most adorable sunflower, is back with a whole new look in When We All Stand Tall , and I’m so excited to share this sneak peek book trailer with you. In this delightful sequel to Stand Tall, When We All Stand Tall tells...
Sep07No Comments

New Book Event September 9 – 11

It’s already September, and you know what that means…yes, the holidays are just around the corner. (I won’t even mention how many shopping days are left…) This year, I’ve teamed up with a group of visionary Los Angeles artists...
Sep02No Comments

Join me in the Author’s Corner

I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll be at the Orange County Children’s Book Festival  on Sunday, September 25, 2016. Join me in the Author’s Corner where I’ll be signing books! It’s a fun day out for the whole family...
Feb09No Comments

How Courageous is Your Mind?

In his recent Psychology Today article, leadership expert and author Jake Breeden outlined the essential habits of courageous people. Courage, he says, is a way of thinking. According to Breeden, the courageously minded have established thinking patterns...
Jan26No Comments

5 Simple Tips To Help Children Manage Conflict

Conflict and bullying are pervasive among school-aged children. At some point in their schooling, the majority of young people will be affected directly or indirectly by physical or social aggression. When parents, teachers, and caregivers see a child...
Jan05No Comments

Is the Pressure To Succeed Making Kids Sick?

The following is excerpted from Vicki Abeles’ New York Times article published on January 3, 2016. Expectations surrounding education have spun out of control. On top of a seven-hour school day, our kids march through hours of nightly homework,...
Jan01No Comments

The Best Resolution For 2016

For many, the new year is a kind of magic eraser that wipes the slate clean. It’s a chance to start over. An opportunity to do things differently. A percentage of us typically resolve to eat healthier or drink less. Others vow to get more exercise,...
Oct12No Comments

Stand Tall! October is Bullying Prevention Month!

What is your school doing for Bullying Prevention Month? Kids at Whittier Elementary School in Hemet are Standing Tall for others this week.  Thanks Libby Logan Perez (AKA Mrs. Good Story) and Whittier Elementary School for the photo and for continuing...
Jun09No Comments

The Joy of Conquering Fear

Let’s face it, the unknown can be scary. That’s how the publishing journey has often felt for me. What began as a tiny seed of an idea grew into something much bigger. Along the path I encountered many unknowns. I faced uncertainty. Doubt crept...