My Bookpage interview :-)
Listen to a little story about my name on teachingbooks.net: Mary Newell DePalma
The Wenham Museum
John Wayne Airport
The Governor's Academy
Newton Free Library
Cultural Center of Wisconsin Rapids
Hampstead Public Library
Convention & Exhibition Center
at Heart Gallery
at Heart Gallery
Whitman-Hanson Regional High School
New England School Library Association 2013 Conference
Holy Name School
Freetown-Lakeville Family Literacy Night
Miriam McCarthy Elementary School
Special Storytime at the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
Albany Academies Book Festival
Elm Street School
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
New England Mobile Book Fair
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Facebook is fun, that's where you'll find the latest news: photos of school visits, my recent projects, children's art inspired by my books, and random notes about ideas and children's books.
Caught on tape!
My neighbor Glenn Williams is a musician, songwriter, DJ, community arts activist AND the host of It's All About Arts on BNN-TV here in Boston. We had a fun conversation when I appeared on the show January 23.
Glenn asked me how I became a children's book writer. I explained that I really wanted to be a children's book illustrator, so I began by sending postcards of my artwork to art directors. In the following clips I talk about how I started writing as well.
doesn't understand the question.
writes her first
Well, there you have it! Thanks, Glenn! I had a wonderful time. Find out more about Glenn and Janice and the Fabulous Rebecca at It's All about Arts!
This is the snowflake I created for the 2007 Robert's Snow Benefit for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. It is Kepley, the character in my new book The Nutcracker Doll. Thank you to everyone who bid on snowflakes to support Cancer research!
Elaine shares her love and joy of poetry on Wild Rose Reader. Elaine has an unerring eye for beauty, and is generous in sharing her favorites with us. Reading beautiful poetry is like receiving a bouquet of flowers. Visit Elaine's blog and see for yourself! Thank you, Elaine.