Posted by: nancyisanders | March 26, 2011

On the Go with Children’s Author Sherrie Madia

Welcome to day five of Sherrie Madia’s 6-day NWFCC February Author Showcase tour. Sherrie, can you share with us what you’ve been doing in your corner of the world?

I wrapped up a summer of events beginning with the International Children’s Festival in Pennsylvania, and ended with events up and down the east coast, from county fairs to family days, including the Tribeca Film and Family Festival in Tribeca, NY.

I took several months off to work on an upcoming collection of children’s poetry, and to launch PoemsToGrowOn® through which I create original, personalized poems for children. They are so much fun to create because children are full of inspiration.

I am eager to get back to author visits at schools and events for children. Being able to engage with an audience, as well as parents and teachers is treasured time because I see firsthand the importance of the work of a children’s author, which can inspire as well as inform and entertain.

If you’d like to “Bring An Author to School” or have an author speak with children at your next event, I would love to attend, so please contact me at

by Sherrie A. Madia

Thanks for visiting here on my blog, Sherrie! And best wishes with your new book.

You can follow Day 6 of Sherrie Madia’s tour tomorrow at the site, Writing and Other Ways into the Heart of the Matter…for Kids.

Leave a comment here today and your name will automatically be entered to win a Three Angels Gourmet Co mug and a package of Divine Dill Dip Mix – at the end of the month, provided by the National Writing for Children Center.

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