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Dog Bone Soup #BookReviews @BetteAStevens


Thank you, AngelaKayBooks: “The novel is easily written, fast-paced, and laced with lessons for any of us, particularly the baby boomers…” (Read the entire review on Angela’s review blog.) ~ Bette A. Stevens 4writersandreaders.com

Angela Kay's Books

  • Title: Dog Bone Soup
  • Author: Bette A. Stevens
  • Print Length: 216
  • Publication Date: January 13, 2015
  • Sold by Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • Formats:  Kindle
  • Goodreads
  • Genres: Historical Fiction

From the Author:

I love to walk and enjoy nature’s beauty, whether at home or on the go. I’m passionate about the beauty in the world around me and enjoy jotting down notes and composing short poems. The coast is one of my favorite places to relax. I’m a nature collector: everything from seashells to birds’ nests. When I was teaching, these treasures filled my classroom and provided inspiration for reading, writing, and research. It was hands-on fun and excitement and I enjoyed every moment spent learning with, from and about my students. One thing I learned is that many children don’t have an adult to read to them or listen to them read and talk about those books…

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“MAKING THE BEST OF IT” review + PURE TRASH by Bette A. Stevens #FREE thru May 23


PURE TRASH, the short story prequel to DOG BONE SOUP is now #FREE at Your Amazon http://amzn.to/1T5tMAZ through Monday, MAY 23rd! ~ Bette A. Stevens http://www.4writersandreaders.com

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Pure Trash

Written by Bette A. Stevens

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By way of disclosure let me say that I read this prequel after I read the full length novel. Some reviewers have indicated they felt the ending abrupt or incomplete, but I loved this short introduction to the characters of Shawn and Willie just as much as I did the full length novel.

Nine year old Shawn and his six year old brother Willie live in a run down house without plumbing along with their hard working mother and alcoholic father. The setting is 1955 when life for two poor boys was hard, but everyday life was simple. On a Saturday morning the two brothers ride their bikes, play with slingshots, and collect bottles for change they can cash in for candy and soda at the local general store. But the well to do town citizens look down upon them, and they are…

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YOU CAN’T JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER


Reading with kids is FUN-damental! ~ Bette A. Stevens

Barbara Ann Mojica's BLOG

Multicultural Children’s Book Day: Read Your World

January 27, 2015

Our mission is to not only raise awareness for the kid’s books that celebrate diversity, but to get more of these of books into classrooms and libraries.

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Children’s reading and play advocates Valarie Budayr from Jump Into a Book and Mia Wenjen from Pragmatic Mom teamed up in late 2013 to create an ambitious (and much needed) national event. On January 27th, 2015 this dynamic duo will be hosting yet another Multicultural Children’s Book Day as a way of celebrating diversity in children’s books.

The Multicultural Children’s Book Day team hopes to spread the word and raise awareness about the importance of diversity in children’s literature. Our young readers need to see themselves within the pages of a book and experience other cultures, languages, traditions and religions within the pages of a book. We encourage readers, parents, teachers, caregivers and…

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November 2013: first NaNoWriMo for Author Bette A. Stevens


Track Bette’s progress on her first novel right here…

Goal: Write 2000 words/day; 5 days/week = First draft of PURE TRASH, The Novel (working title)

Don’t Forget to Backup your Novel!!


November 2013 is my first NaNoWriMo and I’m working to complete the draft of my first novel. ~ Bette A. Stevens http://www.4writersandreaders.com

Do you have a story to tell? Come join us.

The evolution of a story (NEVER to delete you work)


Stop, look, listen, write and save your stories and poems! ~Bette A. Stevens

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The evolution of a story (NEVER to delete you work)


Stop, look, listen, write and save your stories and poems! ~Bette A. Stevens

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