I was recently honored to be nominated for two blogger awards. Yay!
Both of these awards were formed by Bloggers, for Bloggers. To receive them, you must be a blogger who is nominated by another blogger. The purpose of these awards is to highlight other bloggers and give them a chance to shine and to create a presence in the blogging world. Continue reading “Blogger Awards”→
Great news this week–I visited the School of the Incarnation in Gambrills, Maryland to help them celebrate Maryland Day! I read to students from my new book, Olly Explores 7 Wonders of the Chesapeake Bay, which highlights some of the interesting sights along the Chesapeake Bay. We talked about the local Calvert Cliffs, the Cape Henry Lighthouses, the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and several other great places along the bay where families can visit and explore. Continue reading “School of the Incarnation”→
My new children’s book, Olly Explores 7 Wonders of the Chesapeake Bay is now available in stores and online! This is the third book in the Olly the Oyster series, with illustrations by Kelli Nash of Baltimore, Maryland. This latest edition follows my favorite little oyster, Olly, as he embarks on an adventure to see the sights along the Chesapeake Bay. Here is a brief description:
Olly the Oyster is ready for an adventure. So when Mr. Oyster tells him about the wonders of the Chesapeake Bay, he sets off to see them. Following along with Olly, kids will learn about some wonders that fly, like the Great Blue Heron, a symbol of the Bay; some that shine at night, like the Cape Henry Lighthouse; and even a wonder where you can find fossils of crocodile teeth—the Calvert Cliffs.Continue reading “New Book!”→
I visited the preschoolers at St. Margaret’s Day School in Annapolis, Maryland on Wednesday and Friday. Special thanks to Tricia Hallberg McVeigh for coordinating! I read from my book “Olly’s Treasure” and the children made their own oysters out of coffee filters, complete with pearls made out of craft poms. We also discussed the importance of the oyster reefs, true treasures of the Chesapeake Bay.