by Berrie Torgan-Randall
Berrie Torgan-Randall has been passionate about children’s literature since she was a little girl and has fed her desire by becoming a children’s librarian and by pursuing a career as an illustrator and writer of children’s books. Berrie has recently begun to send out her dummy book, “Queen Tess and the Big Mess.” Her website is www.berrietr.com.
SUMMER STARTERS: Looking for new writing/illustrating ideas? Is the weather hot, but your mind cool? If so, then check out these prompts from award-winning children’s author (and EPA-SCBWI member) Tony Fredericks. Ready! Set! Go!
- A circle, a square, and a triangle were having a conversation about who was the most important. Each presented their own special reasons.
- The oldest living tree in the world lives in the White Mountains of eastern California. It is more than 4,845 years old.
- Arnold is offered a chance to travel with Lewis and Clark as they investigate the Louisiana Territory.
So glad they let the fireflies go! (adorable kiddos)
Brings me back the magic of summer that I felt as a child 🙂