Books Needed For Children’s Relief Efforts

Hurricane Sandy may have been last year and we all move on from news so quickly, but for those people still living in the destruction it is still very real to them. Now a tornado has devasted Oklahoma as well and our thoughts and prayers go out to all the families effected from this severe weather cell. Lives move on, buildings are replaced, and we wonder what can we do to help when we are so far away? Sending a book to add to a child’s library shelf may seem a small gesture, but to a child that gets to read it may be huge!

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By now, we are all aware of the devastation left behind by Hurricane Sandy.  With the many fundraisers and relief efforts underway,  like so many others, I wanted to do something…to give in some way that would make a difference.  During my many hours of researching relief organizations, I stumbled across the website for Urban Librarians Unite.

Story Time Relief    

“The libraries in some areas of New York City were hard hit by the storm and many communities which we serve have been devastated. There are a number of libraries in Queens which have suffered extensive damage and whose collections have been wiped out. When libraries are flooded the books on the low shelves (where little hands can reach them) get hit the worst.”

Urban Librarians Unite is calling on friends and supporters to help them build a new collection of materials…

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I write children's short chapter books and picture books for early and reluctant readers. Boys and girls struggling to learn to read and ESL students. My books are light, humorous and entertaining for the entire family.

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Gingerbread Aliens


Entice your young readers with a glimpse into intrigue, fun and hilarious moments when three mischievous brothers discover the snow balling effects of their mistakes rather than facing the consequences of their initial disaster! A great read for ages 4-10 and beyond. Gingerbread Aliens is full of fun, laughter and entertainment that will have children and their parents giggling all the way to the end,

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