Kathryn published her first children’s book, Amy’s Travels, in 2005 through her global educational company, Creative Minds Publications. Amy’s Travels, a multicultural children’s book, has been released in its second edition, has been recommended by the California State Department of Education, and is used in schools and organizations in over twenty countries on six different continents. Amy’s Travels has been selected as the book for the 2013-2013 Latina Ballet of Virginia performance. Kathryn serves as the founder/CEO of Creative Minds Publications, which exemplifies quality literacy instruction for all children.
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Tackle Reading is a resource that will motivate children, support parents, and inspire teachers and fellow educators to love literacy. This book contains stories written by NFL players, celebrities, and authors who are passionate about reading education. It also includes motivational pieces, lesson plans, engaging activities, and supportive tips provided by literacy leaders, educators, and organizations dedicated to improve literacy instruction for all children.
Lilly never wanted to settle, not in her education, her career, and especially not in her relationships. She observes the countless number of couples in her circle of family and friends, but she has always been unsure if marriage is for her. At thirty-one, she is convinced she has finally found the man of her dreams. But on her actual wedding day, she shares a conversation with a mysterious stranger in a hotel elevator. Suddenly, she begins to question her “happily ever after.”
An instant connection with this stranger leads her to doubt what and who she believes in. She recalls flashbacks of her courtship with fiancè Patrick and begins to wonder if she is indeed settling for the first time in her life. Lilly struggles internally with her decision and begins questioning her future. Will she marry Patrick or will she ultimately start her search for love all over again?
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