Monthly Archives: April 2014
My book can be purchased in Poughkeepsie, NY at Barnes and Noble, Craftsmen by Design, Locust Grove, Three Arts Bookstore near Vassar college and in Millbrook, NY at Merritt Bookstore. Soon the Van Wyck Homestead will open for tours, and … Continue reading
I will be at the Millbrook Literary Festival with my books, Musket and Mobcap and Summer of Red Rain. Hope to see you all there.
If you are a parent, grandparent, or teacher and are looking for a middle grade novel for your student, try Musket and Mobcap. You will be dropped into the American Revolution during the spring of 1777, when Sybil made her famous … Continue reading
Here I am during my Author Visit at Regina Coeli School in Hyde Park, on March 4, 2014. The fourth graders welcomed me. We spent a lovely morning discussing my book, Musket and Mobcap, learning about life during the American Revolution, … Continue reading
Sybil’s gravestone and road marker are in Patterson, NY The best facts about Sybil Ludington can be found in the book: Sybil Ludington The Call to Arms by V. T Dacquino.
Quiz of the week: Where was Sybil Ludington burried? and What non-fiction book has the most accurate information about Sybil Ludington?
Can you find these answers and post them on my blog? Happy hunting!
I will be at the Literary Festival on June 21, 2014, in Millbrook. My information is now available online at: www.millbrookbookfestival.org/ Take a peek!
Musket and Mobcap drops the middle-grade reader into the life of a young girl during the American Revolution. The genre, historical fiction, helps readers understand a time period different than their own. You can find my book at Craftsmen by Design in … Continue reading