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Did You See?

The Ottawa Citizen was kind enough to mention my book. And they mentioned it well! Jackson Jones: The tale of a boy, an elf and a very stinky fish By Jenn Kelly, illustrated by Arian Elsammak Zonderkidz, $14.99 Children Jackson, a 10½-year-old boy who should be in Grade 5 but instead is in Grade 6, … Continue reading »

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Fan Mail!!!

I haven’t figured out if it’s tacky to post fan mail or not. I think I’ll eschew formalities because I’m just so gosh darn excited about it!  The following is from Berkeley. California? Hope you don’t mind MO! Hola~ My younger daughter (10) is an avid reader and really fickle. It takes her hours of … Continue reading »

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Fan Mail!

This was not written by me. It was written to me. And I hope she doesn’t mind me posting it. It’s the first email of this morning and fully made me feel important. Hi Jenn, I am a mom to one girl in 4th grade and I recently brought home your book from Costco and … Continue reading »

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Book Review Of Jackson Jones

Most words taken from ‘Quill and Quire’ Canada’s magazine of book news and reviews November 2010 by Laura Godrey. I didn’t put all of them (description of book) as I don’t want to get smashed for plagerizing. Or whatever. Can I rewrite reviews? I have no idea. I’m sure I’ll find out soon enough. “This adventurous … Continue reading »

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School Presentations

 Yesterday was very cool. I got to do three presentations at two schools on behalf of the Ottawa Writer’s Festival. The first school was Robert Bateman and the kids were grades 4-6. There were about 130 of them. The library was packed! And they were so much fun. I had volunteers come up and help … Continue reading »

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