children’s author

  • Sandi Schwartz, Children’s Author

    Sandi Schwartz

    Sandi Schwartz, Parenting and Children’s Author, Finding Ecohappiness

    Finding Ecohappiness guides families in building regular habits of experiencing nature to reduce stress and boost mood. She explores key positive psychology tools from a nature-loving perspective. You will learn simple, practical tips for incorporating these tools―awe and gratitude, mindfulness, creative arts, outdoor play and adventure, volunteering, food, and animals―into your daily routine to help your children thrive and live a happy, balanced life.

  • Amoris Walker, Children’s Author

    Amoris Walker

    AMORIS WALKER, Children's Author, YOU & ME IN THE TREES

    Amoris Walker is an award-winning documentary filmmaker who grew up in a family band and has had a few exciting careers including traveling the world to document non-profits she loves, working in the radio industry in Portland and Seattle, the founder and director of Hot Tea Media (a digital and social media marketing firm), and most recently children’s book author.

  • Stephanie Solomon, Children’s Author

    Stephanie Solomon

    Stephanie Solomon, Children's Author, Know Your Worth

    KPB: When did you decide to become a writer? 
    SS: I always loved to write. It was my late teen years that I started sketching and doodling ideas.

    KPB: What brought you to write this book?
    SS: I had a “bucket list” goal to publish a children’s book and    

  • Sally Betters, Children’s Author

    Sally Betters

    Sally Betters, Children's Author, Looking Beyond the Sky

    KPB: When did you decide to become a writer? 
    SB: I began writing articles and blogs while caring for my elderly father. This season of life brought many ideas and ways to connect with people young and old. 

    KPB: What brought you to write this book?           

  • Rosa Deledda, Children’s Author

    Rosa Deledda, Children's Author

    Rosa Deledda, Children's Author, Zándia the secret city

    Rosa Deledda is a professional translator and freelance writer; she has always been surrounded by books, born in Germany, of an Italian father and Spanish mother, travelled a lot, which allowed her to meet people of different cultures and beliefs, and subsequently inspired her to write most of her stories.