In only a few weeks we’ll be setting back our clocks by one hour to observe Daylight Savings Time. So what, you say? Big deal, you say? Let’s make a fun day out of it, I say! San Diego’s own Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation agrees. In fact, it has created a whole festival to observe… Continue reading San Diego Fall Back Festival 2018
Please join me for a good cause today where you can bring the Mini-Me’s but hang out with other grown-ups at a grown-up place! 😉 Here’s the listing for the event with more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/403926109975774/ Join us for an afternoon of award-winning kids books and brews at Second Chance Beer Company! (Sorry kids, brews for… Continue reading Kids Books & Brews, San Diego
Next weekend, after you’ve set your clocks back and enjoyed that extra hour of sleep, here’s something to do with all that extra energy: a free children’s festival in the San Diego Gaslamp quarter. And I’ll be there, selling my books, so please stop by and say hello! Fall Back Festival~Children’s Historic Street Faire Sunday,… Continue reading Fall Back Festival, San Diego, Nov. 6
Today I’m interviewing the author of the award-winning Guess What series for kids whose unique approach to publishing involves running art contests for kids! Please welcome the highly accomplished, think-outside-the-box writer and publisher, Nancy O’Neill, to the Reading Room. Q. Hi Nancy. Please tell us a little bit about yourself and your books. A. Hi… Continue reading Q&A With Children’s Author Nancy O’Neill
It was our tradition to visit a pumpkin patch in the countryside every fall, to spend the day soaking up the autumn colors–as much as this was possible in sunny Southern California–and bring home pumpkins for the doorstep, which we’d ultimately carve for Halloween.
“It might be a Tuesday, but it is August. Parking at each of these places is going to be tricky, at best,” said the woman behind the desk at the Coronado Visitor Center. The seasoned attendant pulled out a map for us and began highlighting a route in yellow marker across the island’s main corridor,… Continue reading Day Trip to Coronado Island