Just a quick post to let you know I’ve got another book event coming up December 6-8, 2018 in Los Altos, California.
I’m headed back to Dedham, Massachusetts this month, and I couldn’t be more excited about it! The Blue Bunny Bookstore has invited me to join them for a festival celebrating the Mother Brook Arts & Community Center’s 5th Anniversary on June 16th from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Hope to see you there!
Hey, someone I don’t know yet read my book! (Liked it too!)
I’m having a BlackFriday sale! Now through Cyber-Monday, you can get my new book, What’s That, Mom?, for 20% off (Amazon only).
We interrupt our move to California to let you know that the first installment in the Caterpickles Parenting Series is now available. That’s right, y’all, my book’s out. Short and sweet, What’s That, Mom?, contains 15 accessible, practical strategies for using public art to spark conversations with kids ages 3 – 10 — no artistic talent or insight required.
The Ten-Year-Old was lecturing me the other day about how I haven’t answered her question about which modern instrument evolved from the sackbut yet. She wanted to know what I’d been doing instead, and when I told her I’d been writing a book, said, “Mommyo, you should let everyone else know that, too.”
As some of you know, I’ve been working on a series of books on how parents can foster their children’s curiosity. The first book in the series, The Caterpickles Bunny Book, talks about how parents can use public art to nurture their child’s love of art, without being an artist themselves. I plan to release the book this summer, but first I need your help. I am looking for 3-5 Caterpickles readers to serve as beta readers for the Caterpickles Bunny Book. If you’re interested, please leave a comment or email me.