Charlotte's Journey Home

Just a Regular Kid, Sort Of

More Shameless Self-Promotion

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Well, it’s official. I’m a columnist, writing quarterly about the “kidslitosphere,” or blogs that talk about children’s literature. If you’re interested, you can read more at Prairie Wind.

Also, I’ve recently begun reviewing children’s books for the longest extant children’s literature blog, Book Buds Kidlit Review. My charming new editor posted my introduction and bio today and my first review will be up to tomorrow. To entice you to read more, if you click here you’ll get to see a picture of Charlotte.

More on Charlotte tonight or tomorrow, with lots of pictures.

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Author: Culture Bean

I am a mother, a pre-published children's author, and a published academic. I am also a "mommy blogger," though I hate the term. My passions are reading and writing. As a professor, I strive to help my students think critically about the media and culture with which they engage. I've started this blog because it's time I put my money where my mouth is!

5 thoughts on “More Shameless Self-Promotion

  1. Charming, hah! Just wait. Glad to have you aboard, Ilene. This is going to be fun.

  2. What does SCBWI stand for?

  3. Hi Ilene,Just wanted to say thanks for linking to my Book Page in your recent Prairie Wind column. And congratulations on joining Book Buds, too! I’ll look forward to reading more from you (and about Charlotte) in the future. Thanks!

  4. Bamma, SCBWI stands for Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.Jen, You’re welcome! I love your site. How did you hear about Prairie Wind?Anne, Yes, of course, you’re charming!ISG

  5. You do not know me, but my daughter, Olivia, was born 1/25/06 and diagnosed with TA on day 1/27/06. She was then diagnosed with DiGeorge Syndrome a week later. Reading through your posts, sounds almost identical to Olivia’s struggles. They are unbelievably strong little miracles. Charlotte looks wonderful, I wish you the best of luck for many years ahead.RodneyOlivia’s Fatherwww.oliviarae.net

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