Topic: Blog Tours
I would like to introduce you to Crystalee Calderwood and her recent book, Angeline Jellybean. Unfortunately, I can't share the cover photo with you today (see note after post), but let's meet Crystalee:
Crystalee Calderwood is a born poet turned children's
writer, small town girl turned big city dweller. Crystalee
moved from Altoona, Pennsylvania, to Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania, when she was twenty-two years old to
attend the MFA in Creative Writing program at Chatham
University. It was there she took her very first class in
writing for children and adolescents, and she's never
As a member of Literacy AmeriCorps Pittsburgh,
Crystalee has had the pleasure of interacting with children in
the community through the non-profit organization
Beginning with Books. She introduced children to great
books in hopes that they would fall in love with them the
way she has. She is currently teaching computer skills to adults.
And here is a look into what Angeline Jellybean is all about:
Angeline wants to eat nothing but jellybeans. Year round, from Easter to Christmas, she asks for her favorite treat. But a strange event teaches Angeline that there's such thing as too much of a good thing!
With colorful, delightful illustrations by Stephen Macquignon, Angeline is sure to win over hearts of young picky eaters everywhere.
For more information on Crystalee, please visit:
Blog: http://www.crystaleecalderwood.blogspot.com Website: http://www.crystaleecalderwood.bravehost.com
You can purchase this wonderful book at:
Please come back on Tuesday, when we will be talking with Crystalee--you won't want to miss this one!***Note to my readers: It seems I've used up all my space here :-( I spentnearly two hours tonight trying to upgrade, but Tripod is not cooperatingwith me :-( I will be moving this blog to another account tomorrow. Thelink will be left here so you can find me. Please make a note of the newlink and drop by the new blog and say hello. Thank yu for your patiencein this and your continued support. I will make the move as smoothly aspossible. Joyce