Join me at Read By The Sea virtual! While I was sad not to be in River John in person, I did get the opportunity to film a tour of my own neighbourhood through Anonymouse's eyes. See my favourite hidden gems, painted rocks, murals & more. Thank you to the Read by the Sea organizers … Continue reading See the world through Anonymouse’s eyes at Read by the Sea virtual
April 22nd is Earth Day. Here are 10 Canadian children's books that celebrate nature and will spark needed conversations about conservation, climate and social justice, and instill a love and respect for the natural world. Thanks to CTV Your Morning for giving me the space to talk about kids' books! Watch the full segment on … Continue reading As Seen on CTV: 10 Kids’ Books for Earth Day
It's starting to look and feel like spring! If your family is looking to spend more time outside, why not take the #AnonymouseChallenge? Here's how it works: Go for a discovery walk and take note of anything you see of interest. It might be a mural, a sign, a note on the sidewalk, a garden … Continue reading Take the #AnonymouseChallenge!
I spoke to The Morning Show about Anonymouse, street art, and how turning my daily walks into discovery walks has been a source of inspiration and delight during the pandemic. Check out the video for my tips and tricks! They even made this amazing BINGO card that you can use to inspire your own discovery … Continue reading ANONYMOUSE on The Morning Show
March 17: Anonymouse IG Event with Anna Pirolli Tune into Indigo Kids Instagram on Wednesday, March 17th at 12pm EST for a special ANONYMOUSE storytime with me and Anna Pirolli! Get a tour of illustrator Anna Pirolli's studio (SO many books!), watch her do a drawing demo (fascinating!), and then join us for some ideas … Continue reading Upcoming Spring Events
The following list showcases books about Canadian women who broke barriers, stories of women's accomplishments that history has tried to erase, and new Canadian literary voices to be excited about. I hope names like Jill Heinerth, Manon Rhéaume, Viola Desmond, Buffy Sainte-Marie, and Shanice Nicole become as recognizable as Chris Hadfield, Wayne Gretzky, Rosa Parks … Continue reading As Seen on CTV: 10 Kids’ Books for International Women’s Day
It's the second annual I Read Canadian Day, when children across the country are asked to spend 15 minutes reading from a Canadian book. We have so many great books to offer, but here are ten recent titles that reflect the diverse population, landscape- not to mention the breadth of kidlit talent- in Canada. Watch … Continue reading As Seen on CTV: 10 Books to Read for I Read Canadian Day
https://youtu.be/1ZW8tjKCK8g Last weekend I was invited to read ANONYMOUSE as part of The Woodstock Public Library's family day weekend virtual events. You can check out the video on YouTube above or on the myWPL YouTube channel. Thanks to my hometown library for inviting me!
My eighth book, and third picture book, ANONYMOUSE is on-sale today! This book grew out of my love of street art and the many ways artists beautify public spaces, whether it's with murals, yarn-bombing, sculpture, or the more localized things people have started to do during the pandemic. But as much as I love what … Continue reading Anonymouse is Here!
My next picture book Anonymouse (illustrated by Anna Pirolli) is sneaking into book stores in one more week! Since I can't visit stores in person, I spent this weekend listening to old musicals and signing hundreds of bookplates in Anonymouse pink. If you would like a signed book, you can order from one of these … Continue reading Where to Get a Signed Copy of ANONYMOUSE