June 19, widely known as Juneteenth, is a significant day for African Americans. It is now gaining the recognition that is overdue. On this day in 1865, the slaves in Galveston, Texas were informed that they were indeed free (ish). Even though the proclamation had gone out almost two years before in Washington DC, it… Continue reading Juneteenth
Was it all just a dream? Did we just go from Spring into almost Summer?? My life as a Teacher/Author sometimes blends and blurs. I'm often juggling between projects and seasons! Sitting down to share my journey meaningfully is a priority and I'm later than I'd like to be with this post. But here goes!… Continue reading Spring-ing into Summer
Come on down to the Brentwood Library for some fun at the Friends of the Brentwood Library's Literary Stroll. Listen to a story read aloud, enjoy some snacks, and shop for some Lit swag. Sunday, April 3rd, 1-4 pm. Check-in at the Brentwood Library 104 Oak Street Street, at the corner of First and Oak.
Me On the Page will be in downtown Brentwood at the beautiful Brentwood Library. We're looking forward to our first in-person event of the year! 😊😎 Read-alouds, give-away's and of course book 📚 merchandise will be available for sale! 🎊 Bring the kids it will be fun!!
Photo by Karley Saagi on Pexels.com Me On the Page's Mari will be popping into the First Grade Classrooms at the Escuela Bilingüe Internacional School in Oakland, CA Monday, February 14, 2022. We're excited that these Little Scholars are becoming true Authors and Illustrators. This is the sweetest date ever and will be tons of… Continue reading Heart to Heart Author Talk