Photo Description: Mickey and Molly at her cottage in Portland, Ontario
I saw Camille (a.k.a. Mickey) yesterday and she’s been busy working on her second children’s book, FISH FACES, and as well, is creating a gift in stained glass for friends who recently celebrated a 50th wedding anniversary. She’s multi-talented, I’m telling you! She works in stained glass and paints in oils and watercolours as well! We went shopping together to The Glass House in Kingston for supplies and got caught up.
She told me that the readings this past week at St. Ann’s Separate School in Cornwall went very well and she read to seven classes and sold 15 books. The kids were really sweet and asked some great questions. She was pooped afterwards!
Camille has finally secured at distributor for Marshall and His Green High-tops and it will hopefully be available very soon through BarnesandNoble.com, as well as other fine booksellers. In the meantime, you can still purchase copies through her official website at www.marshallmouse.com or at the stores listed there, on Amazon.com, and if you live in Canada, you can get a copy directly from me – Christine Bode – as I have a supply. If you’re interested, simply email me with your request at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camille will be reading at the Prince of Wales Public School, 201 Pearl Street West in Brockville, Ontario at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, September 25th, 2009.
She will be leaving Ontario the weekend of October 3rd to head back to Punta Gorda, Florida, as it’s getting pretty chilly at the cottage on Big Sheep Island. Jack (her husband) and Mickey got some renovations completed this summer at the cottage, entertained lots of guests and endured a lot of rainy weather, so they’re ready to enjoy some warm temps again as we didn’t have much heat this summer in Ontario.
We both wish you all a wonderful autumn!
With gratitude and joy,
Christine and Camille