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7 Beaches you Should Visit On your Next vacation.

The first stop on my list of beaches to visit is honeymoon island in Florida.  It's a beautiful beach with white sand and lots of things to see and do my favorite was finding seashells my stepdad took this picture of me finding seashells.

The second beach on my stop is Hudson beach Flordia it is a cute little beach that is filled with white sand that is super soft and it is a very relaxing beach with a beautiful view of the ocean.  There were no seashells there but it was still beautiful to see we went here for my sisters birthday that weekend.

The third beach on my list is Myrtle beach it was my first beach I been too and it was my favorite beach there were lots of seashells and lots of wildlife and so many things to see and do there. I love how the sand fills between my toes.

The fourth beach on my list is Vero beach in Florida I and my family got up really early in the morning to watch the sunrise it was breathtaking I love watching the sun rise over the ocean. We were not a fan of t…

My Interview with young Adult Book Anther Susan Kotch

My Interview with young Adult Book Anther Susan Kotch  
Meet Susan Kotch she  is the Author of Casey of cranberry cove  She is also a teach for 8th Graders. In this picture is Susan and her golden doodle Sasha.
Q. 1 when did you decide you were going to write young adult book?
A. In 2014, I had an 8th grade class who hated reading. As a teacher, I wanted them to understand how important it is to read, and how much can be learned from reading. When I tried to interest them in books, they'd always tell me there was nothing good to read. So they challenged me to write a book because then they'd read it. So I did, over that summer, begin writing Casey of Cranberry Cove.
Q.2 how did you come up with the name of your books
A. The book is set in the town where I live, and there used to be an inlet that connected the ocean to the bay in the 1700s that has since been filled in by sand. That inlet was called Cranberry Inlet by the early settlers to the area because there were so many cranbe…

Interviewing Children's Author Aileen Stewart 2017

Interviewing Children's Author Aileen Stewart 2017
Q 1. When did you decide you were going to write a Children's book?
A. I’ve enjoyed writing since I was nine years old, but I didn’t really think about writing actual children’s books until I had my daughter. When she was about three, we were watching our favorite cartoons, and I realized they were based on books. I mentioned to my husband that I thought I could write a cartoon worthy children’s book, and he said to me, “Well, why don’t you.” After I thought about that for a bit I decided it was worth a try and that is how the first book in my Fern Valley Series was born.
Q 2. How did you come up with the name of your children's books?
A. I’m not really sure how I came up with the name for my first book. The name, Fern Valley, just popped into my head, and I thought it would be a perfect name for a small farming town. When I started to write the next book I decided to choose, Return to Fern Valley, because the readers would b…