WHO ARE WE?
WHEN DAY IS DONE, Beaming Books, Feb 2019
NOTHING, Worthy Kids/Ideals, April 2019
Natalee Creech is a children's author who is equally at home in Canada, (where she grew up) in the U.S., (where she studied education) and in South Korea (where she taught for many years). She has worked as an elementary teacher and public librarian. Regardless of her job or where she lives, she is probably sneaking more children's books into the house, much to the delight of her children and the dismay of her husband. Oreo, the family cat, remains indifferent.
B. J. Lee
THERE WAS AN OLD GATOR WHO SWALLOWED A MOTH, Pelican Publishing, Feb 2019
B. J. Lee is a children’s poet with poems in 25 poetry anthologies published by such publishers as Little, Brown, Wordsong, BloomsburyUK, National Geographic, Otter-Barry Books, Pomelo Books, and Chicken Soup for the Soul. She has worked with anthologists Lee Bennett Hopkins, J. Patrick Lewis and Kenn Nesbitt. She has written poems for such children’s magazines as Spider, Highlights and The School Magazine. Her picture book, There Was an Old Gator Who Swallowed a Moth, is forthcoming with Pelican Publishing in spring 2019.
Poetry blog: www.bluewindow.weebly.com.
EVELYN THE ADVENTUROUS ENTOMOLOGIST: THE TRUE STORY OF A WORLD TRAVELING BUG HUNTER, Innovation Press, Fall 2019
Christine Evans is a children's author, and a British expat who now calls California home. Once upon a time, Christine was a communications manager for a large British telecoms company. Now she's a contributor to Highlights magazines, writes nonfiction about places like Alcatraz, and loves discovering interesting people to write about.