Lisa Gammon Olson
I believe the most important skill we can ever teach our children is “How to be Kind.” Any kindness we do, no matter how small, has the power to change someone’s life. Growing up in northern Wisconsin has instilled in me the wonder of nature… sparkling lakes, endless forests and trails littered with pine needles and possibilities. Preserving our planet and populating it with human beings who are Respectful, Responsible and Kind seems like an awesome idea. I am a member of the SCBWI, a book reviewer for the New York Journal of Books and an Eifrig Publishing Author. I am the author of The American HerStory Series (Dust Flowers, Sewing The Magic In, The Cheese Song & Remembering Green) as well as a middle-grade chapter book, Fig Newton Summer and an Environmental Folktale- And The Trees Began To Move.
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