#Vacation: Catching Fireflies, by Berrie Torgan-Randall


Catching Fireflies

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.

notepad-117597__480SUMMER 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.
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2 Responses to #Vacation: Catching Fireflies, by Berrie Torgan-Randall

  1. So glad they let the fireflies go! (adorable kiddos)

  2. Chrissa Pedersen says:

    Brings me back the magic of summer that I felt as a child 🙂

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