img_logoFifteen years ago, after struggling with the thought of writing, ( thinking I couldn’t do it then paralyzed with what to write about), I was inspired to write about people I knew best and was passionate about, my children and parents.  While spending time at our family cottage in the Laurentians of Quebec I wrote In Search of Something Green and Sassy Frass, Sassy Frass, Sassy the Squirrel, introducing the grandparent characters, Nanabanana and the Grandpoobee. Eventually, these stories lead me to write a series of poetic eleven social skill stories, each addressing a different desirable social skill trait and each having a letter alliterative theme, The Little Dot, and most recently Abbey’s Dental Jewel. I now garnish much of my inspiration from the children I teach. These stories will be released through this year, with a variety of artists illustrating the works.

img_logoFifteen years ago, after struggling with the thought of writing, ( thinking I couldn’t do it then paralyzed with what to write about), I was inspired to write about people I knew best and was passionate about, my children and parents.  While spending time at our family cottage in the Laurentians of Quebec I wrote In Search of Something Green and Sassy Frass, Sassy Frass, Sassy the Squirrel, introducing the grandparent characters, Nanabanana and the Grandpoobee. Eventually, these stories lead me to write a series of poetic eleven social skill stories, each addressing a different desirable social skill trait and each having a letter alliterative theme, The Little Dot, and most recently Abbey’s Dental Jewel. I now garnish much of my inspiration from the children I teach. These stories will be released through this year, with a variety of artists illustrating the works.

Children’s Stories

Children’s Stories

Problem Solving with O’s

Discover how two best friends, with two very different styles, Olga and Oliver learn to cooperate and problem solve, with a story told with an ‘O’ alliterative theme.

*Please note the slight typo on the cover page of the video…oooopps  a wee mistake during video production 🙁 *

Problem Solving with O’s

Discover how two best friends, with two very different styles, Olga and Oliver learn to cooperate and problem solve, with a story told with an ‘O’ alliterative theme.

*Please note the slight typo on the cover page of the video…oooopps  a wee mistake during video production 🙁 *