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Our authors are dedicated to making a difference in the lives of children. They're listed alphabetically below and they'd love to hear from you!
Ms. Alarie's real-life Dominick the Donkey series is being followed by a series about real-life Gilbert, the dwarf mini horse, as he learns to become a therapy horse to help children. Proceeds from the purchase of any of Ms. Alarie's children's books benefit nonprofit RVR Horse Rescue. Contact and purchase links can be found HERE.
Eve Heidi Bine-Stock
Growing up, whenever Eve Heidi Bine-Stock asked her mom what a word meant, the answer was always, “Look it up.” That was the start of Eve’s love affair with the dictionary.
For her 13th birthday, Eve’s older brother Neil gave the budding writer a huge dictionary of her own with the inscription, “May your blessings be as numerous as the words in this book.” And they have been.
Eve is the author of the three-volume series, “How to Write a Children’s Picture Book,” and has written numerous children’s books (often under a pen name). She views her books as progeny and is grateful they have touched the lives of her readers. Contact and purchase links can be found HERE.
Susan M. Branz
According to Susan Branz, being a wife and mother is the cake in life, but being a "Gram" is truly the icing on the cake! The idea of Angels, Angels Everywhere was originally conceived as a story for her granddaughters, but grew into a message for all children – that they are unique, special and dearly loved by God. By the way, Alieya and Tajo are fictional characters. Their names are made up of a combination of her granddaughter’s names and their cat’s names!
Contact Ms. Branz through her Facebook page HERE or via email to His_kid@ymail.com.
Sarah Hays is a teacher residing in the central Texas area. She lives with her husband Rusty and two young daughters: Breanna and Allyson. Her interests include reading mystery novels, writing, and spending time with her family. “Not Again! The Adventures of Breanna and Allyson,” is her first children’s book and she is excited to share it with you! Contact and purchase links can be found HERE or join her Facebook page HERE.
E. H. Hong
When E. H. Hong began reading to her young daughter, her mind bubbled with ideas of books that she could write and illustrate for her. The idea for Mom, a Box, and Me is based on her playtime with her own mother. Rosie's Solo is her latest work. Contact and purchase links can be found HERE or join her Facebook page HERE.
After many years in horticulture and nursing, Carol Hopkins finally has the opportunity to explore her passion for writing and art in her retirement. Her ‘The Little Gardener’ series of 14 books, plus other animal books and coloring books for both children and adults can be found on her website at: https://www.thelittlegardeners.com. Ms. Hopkins is guided by the premise that “The day one stops learning is the day one stops living.” Her enthusiasm is pleasantly contagious and she loves to share it with children. Contact through her website. Book purchase link can be found HERE.
At the age of five, Rad's grandmother read him The Jungle Book and ever since, he knew that one day he would become the world's greatest children's book writer. After moving to the United States from Moldova at age ten, Rad dreamt of being a star, living in his itty-bitty Beetle car and writing stories for little boys and big girls in the style of rap, while he wears his blue hat, and eats donuts with his kitty-cat. Information about the series and purchase links can be found HERE or contact and join the Facebook page HERE.
Rachel was born in Manchester, England. She has had a varied career including working as a travel agent, customer service roles and is now a trained bookkeeper. Rachel has lived in both England and Ireland and has now settled in Yorkshire. Her work is inspired by her own Grandma who was a keen knitter, as well as Rachel's understanding of the importance of a calm bedtime routine, as a mother herself. Book purchase links can be found HERE or contact and join the Facebook page HERE.
Patricia was teaching preschool when she became interested in picture books. When her children were small they would cuddle together as she read them book after book. Soon Patricia was telling her children stories she had created herself! Book purchase links can be found HERE or contact and get more info HERE.
Louise S. G.
Alaskan author/teacher, Louise uses her background as a parent and teacher to
write entertaining books that encourage young people to read. Originally from Rhode Island, Louise moved to Alaska in 1984 and settled with her husband, daughter, and mixed variety of pets. She also enjoys reading, playing musical instruments, and drawing/painting. Book purchase links can be found HERE or contact and get more info HERE.
Cindy L. Shirley
Cindy L. Shirley grew up in a small town in Cherokee County, Georgia. She is a wife, mother, and grandmother who loves working with children. Ms. Shirley launched her Let’s Pretend Parties business to entertain children. Her personal experiences are the basis for her books: “Diesel the Body Guard; No Bullies Allowed!”, “Doodle and the Magic Christmas Float”, “Mom, Where Did You Go?”, and her series, The Fabulous Life of Minnie the Sassy Chick. Contact through her Facebook page HERE or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more or book purchase links HERE.
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