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Tag Archives: Teach Your Buffalo To Play Drums
I don’t want to scoop myself, as I’ve already written up my impressions of my visit back to the elementary school I attended, which HarperCollins will be posting on its pageturn blog. So I’ll share some of the things I … Continue reading
I love writing picture books (especially when the writing’s going well). I’ve now been privileged to be through the process a few times, and it is very clear that my favorite part, by far, is when I first see the … Continue reading
I am a swag sucker. I cannot resist ordering stuff–lots of stuff–with images of my books’ covers. Now it’s time to share the wealth. If you would be kind enough to share a back-to-school memory in the comments, that will … Continue reading
I will admit I was surprised to be asked some hard-hitting questions about the buffalo’s musical proclivities. And his favorite martial art… The Buffalo’s blog tour has reached its final stop. Please come by and say hi over on Ruth … Continue reading
It’s time for the TEACH YOUR BUFFALO TO PLAY DRUMS blog tour, with rhythmic stops at: Jean Reidy’s blog Peter Salomon’s blog (6/29) Ruth McNally Barshaw’s blog (7/6) Laurie Thompson’s blog (7/13) I hope you’ll stop by.
I remember when I saw the first sketches of the buffalo the rest of the world met in IS YOUR BUFFALO READY FOR KINDERGARTEN?. The instant connection I felt to that art, the way THAT was MY buffalo–is a memory … Continue reading
Hi! I’m not Audrey Vernick, I’m Erin Murphy, Audrey’s literary agent. When Audrey started this blog focused on literary friendships, I knew she had to somehow include her own friendship with Gbemi (Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich). I was there the day they … Continue reading