Tag: children’s literature (page 1 of 2)

Together Again – Interview with Laurie Stephens

Introducing Laurie Stephens, mom, blogger, author, and all round amazing woman.   For Laurie, adopting her daughters from China was an extraordinary experience on many levels.  In addition to bringing the children into her life, it deepened her spiritual awareness in ways that she did not expect.  Read the interview to find out more: Continue reading

Happiness Doesn’t Come From Headstands – Tamara Levitt Interview

The first time I watched the “Happiness Doesn’t Come From Headstands” video,  as it was referred to me by  my good online friend David , I thought:  “What an amazing message this book has for children!” I immediately contacted Tamara for an interview the next day.  Poised, professional and very kind, Tamara took a fair amount of her time to answer my questions.  I am very pleased today, to introduce you to a very inspiring woman.

Don’t forget to visit the Kickstarter page when you are done reading this fabulous interview 🙂 Only 4 days left in the campaign!

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The Groovy Granny by Heather Grace Stewart – Review

Illustrated by Kayla Mae Stewart

I am so happy to host Heather Grace Stewart another time here in the valley of muse!  Her return is such a delight.  Below is a review of her latest collection of children’s poems written by Heather and illustrated by a very special little girl.

Lets Groove!

Inspired by her mother’s words, and quite curious why there were no pictures with the poems her mom was reading to her one night, Kayla Mae Stewart exclaimed from the comfort of her bed “”I’ll illustrate your book! I’ll do it!”. Thus was born The Groovy Granny. Continue reading

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