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Tuesday August 2, 2011

     Yesenia and Miguel, your ideas were awesome!  I think it would be great fun to write about Medusa and Demons(a little scary, but fun!)  Wouldn't the cover be great with snakes for hair in Medusa?  And I love your description of Demi (great name) Miguel.  You guys are very creative!
     Hello to Brendan, John, Josh, Colin, Mikayla, Bella, Celia, Anna, Viktor, Ian, Daniel, Kevin, Matthew, Grace, and MacKenzie who I met yesterday at the Bucks County Zoo Young Zookeepers program.  It was very cool being so close to all the animals and learning about taking care of them.  Do you know which animal spends it's entire life unside down?  I do!  Do you know which animal was the inspiration for Winnie the Pooh?  (Clue:  is wasn't a bear!)  I do!  I'll give you the answers tomorrow, but hope you'll try to find them for yourselves.  ttyl, Debbie

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Monday August 1, 2011

 If you live near Philadelphia, check out the Bucks County Zoo.  I'm curious about their young zookeeper program so the owner is going to let me learn about it.  It sounds cool.  If you don't live near Philly, check out the zoo near you.  It'll be zoo-iffic!  Good luck with your writing Malka, maybe you want to write about a zoo animal!  brb, Debbie

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Sunday July 31, 2011

 A Bailey School Kids cartoon would be awesome!  Malta, at the very bottom of my writing page is a list of places that publish stories written by kids.  Here are some of them.  (Make sure you read your story out loud several times to find any mistakes before you send it.) Good luck, Debbie 

Frodo's Notebook-poems, essays, and short stories by teens 13-19."

Liminal-for teens ages 13 to 19

New Moon-for girls ages 8-14."

Merlyn's Pen-by teen writers."

Skipping Stones-accepts art and original writings in every language and from all ages.

Stone Soup-publishes stories, poems, book reviews, and art by young people through age 13

TeenInk
"Teen Ink is a monthly print magazine, website, and a book series all written by teens for teens."

Teen Voices-publishes girls between the ages of 13-19

The Writer's Slate-publishes original poetry and prose from students enrolled in kindergarten through twelfth grade and their teachers.

What If? Magazine-for

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Friday July 29, 2011

 Hi Malka, I agree it would be cool for the Bailey School Kids to be made into a TV show!!  Taft, I think it's cool that you are writing this summer.  You might want to check out my writing page for tips, podcasts, and even a silly movie!  Just keep Doylestown bookshopscrolling down for more stuff.  Do you think we should write more Bailey School Kids books?
     I got to meet some great kids yesterday at the Doylestown Bookshop.  My next booksigning will be on Sept. 10th at the Princeton Children's Book Festival.  Hope to see you there!  Enjoy the summer!  Debbie

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Tuesday July 26, 2011

Monsters book Hi, if you live in PA. or NJ. I hope you'll come see me at the Doylestown Festival of Books.  They'll be a bunch of authors there and I'll be autographing my Keyholders books, Mermaids Don't Run Track, and Monsters Don't Scuba Dive. I'll be reading at 3:15. Hope to see you there!  Summer is going fast so come pick up some good books to read. Best, Debbie

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