Friday, April 2, 2010
The last time I posted a new entry I presented the first half of an interview with Michelle Barfield, author of “The Sully Bug.” Now that you've had a chance to learn a little about Michelle and her book I’ll continue with part two. Enjoy.
“The Sully Bug,” for children 4 – 8 years old, tells the story of a brother’s joy and excitement for his new baby sister. The book also reveals that each child is a unique and individual gift from God. Written in verse, the story is easy to read with cute illustrations and a heartwarming message.
Part 2: Write What You Know: An Interview with Author, Michelle Barfield.
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
I’ve been on vacation, but now it is back to work. I finished a bunch of books while on a vacation and I had the opportunity to interview another author, Michelle Barfield. Speaking of interviews, I hope you had a chance to read my recent interview with Meg Walsh, author of "Mama, Won’t You Play With Me?"
Michelle Barfield is a first time author. Her new book, "The Sully Bug," is a paperback picture book published by Tate Publishing. “The Sully Bug,” for children 4 - 8 years old, tells the story of a brother’s joy and excitement for his little sister. The book also reveals that each child is a gift from God. Written in verse the story is easy to read, with cute illustrations and a heart-warming message.
The following is part one of an interview with Michelle Barfield. Enjoy.
MF: What inspired you to write a children's book?