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Dianne Ochiltree
Dianne Ochiltree has been writing stories and poems since she was a little kid growing up in Ohio. Today, she is a nationally recognized author of books for the very young. Her picture book, LULL-A-BYE, LITTLE ONE has been a selection for the Dollywood Fourndation's national literacy program,... show more
Dianne Ochiltree has been writing stories and poems since she was a little kid growing up in Ohio. Today, she is a nationally recognized author of books for the very young. Her picture book, LULL-A-BYE, LITTLE ONE has been a selection for the Dollywood Fourndation's national literacy program, and her picture book, MOLLY BY GOLLY! The Legend of Molly Williams, America's First Female Firefighter received the Florida Book Awards Bronze Medal in the Children's Literature category in 2012. Her earlier books have been translated into foreign language and Braille editions as well as audio versions. For more information about Dianne and her books, go to www.ochiltreebooks.com. Dianne lives in sunny Sarasota, Florida with her husband, Jim, and the family pets. Besides writing for kids, she loves to hike in the great outdoors and is a certified yoga instructor. She and with her chocolate Lab, Sally, are a Therapy Dog team, visiting nursing homes and schools in support of the Humane Society of Sarasota's community outreach program.
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Mrs. Wade's Bundle of Books
Mrs. Wade's Bundle of Books rated it 1 year ago
Sixteen Runaway Pumpkins is a must read for K-1 in the month of October! This entertaining and action packed book integrates math and literacy as Sam, the raccoon, counts each pumpkin as he fills up his wagon. However, Sam experiences some trouble on the way home and winds up with a mess. Instead ...
She Thought What?!?! Rants, Raves, and In-Betweens
Cute story about about adding pumpkins, and she messed up the kitchen pretty good
Peace, Love & Books
Peace, Love & Books rated it 5 years ago
Interesting little-known story about Molly Williams, an African American woman in the early 1800s New York City who was America's first female firefighter.
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