Learn more about Bedrock Gardens in Lee, NH, here. Thank you to Michael Sterling for taking photos of my talk there on September 17th, 2016. Click on images below to view slideshow.
At the Newmarket Historical Society, Chris and John Carmichael fashioned an appropriate lectern for my notes.
New York Times | By KATHARINE Q. SEELY FEB. 7, 2016 HANOVER, N.H. — Hillary Clinton’s campaign maintains that Senator Bernie Sanders could win New Hampshire’s primary on Tuesday because he comes from neighboring Vermont. As Bill Clinton told NBC News: “Nobody from a state bordering New Hampshire has ever lost a Democratic primary to a non-incumbent president.” But as natives of New Hampshire and Vermont are quick to note, if Mr. Sanders wins New Hampshire, it may be in spite …
Here is a nice pic Sue Ann Bottomley made of me at the South Eaton Meeting house on the hottest day of summer. The fans are fanning themselves with the free paper plates distributed at the door. Sue Ann has a website: Visit it now.
I interviewed historian, author, editor Mike Pride for NHPTV on Sunday. Airing soon on NHPTV.
At Brown School in Berlin I got swag: a cool Brown School t-shirt and water bottle. Here I am called-on-the-carpet by super cool librarian (aren’t they all) Mr. Ted Pacheco.
I was the Master of Ceremony for the Annual Coalition of Caring’s annual Caregiver’s Conference in October.
One of the best things about being a writer for children is getting to hang out with other writers for children. Here I am with L-R puppeteer Lindsay Bezich, me, Erin Moulton, and David Elliott. hanging out at the Citizen’s Open House in honor of Maggie Hassan’s inauguration as Governor of NH. Some fun! Note the artsy variety of scarfs.