Wednesday, October 12, 2011

My Handy Writing Book: A New, Fun & Easy Way to Write Stories

 Writers’ Groups & Press of Ventura & Beyond
Amada Irma Pérez & Associates

PO. Box 3513

Ventura, CA 93006
Phone: 805-642-7940
contact:   Amada Irma Pérez

My Handy Writing Book: A New, Fun & Easy Way to Write Stories
$9.95  *   September 2011

Ventura, CA---How to write stories and narratives is something that students in all grades are expected to master, yet few methods are easy, enjoyable and unforgettable.  My Handy Writing Book: A New, Fun & Easy Way to Write Stories makes the process of writing pure joy for children 6 and up, their parents and teachers.  Grandparents will also find it irresistible to share and write their own stories with their lucky grandchildren as they help to color the whimsical black and white illustrations and trace hands on the blank pages.  Families will create heirlooms to be enjoyed for generations.

Amada Irma Pérez is an award-winning author of many bilingual children’s books. She taught elementary and university classes for twenty-five years before becoming an author.  She plans to write many more multicultural books.  She lives in Ventura, California.

Lili Sosa is the owner and creative director of Lili Sosa Creative Studio. She has many years of experience in graphic design including illustration,  web sites, and marketing materials in Mexico and the U. S.  She lives in Ventura, California

Praise for Amada Irma Pérez’s
My Handy Writing Book:  A New, Fun & Easy Way to Write Stories

“Amada Irma Pérez is a captivating storyteller and educator...Amada knows how to make the complicated act of writing easy and available to all, and for this she should be given a President’s medal. -Sandra Cisneros, author of The House on Mango Street and Caramelo

“...My Handy Writing Book is a must in schools, libraries and homes.” -Rene Colato Lainez, author of From North to South and The Tooth Fairy Meets el Raton Perez


Unknown said...

I have the pleasure of having Amada as a mentor. I still have the pencil drawn hands stuck up on my bulletin board from 3 years ago. She is an awesome teacher, person, and writer. The books will bring us many many young writers.

amadairmaperez said...

thank you, Mona, for your kind words. glad the handprints are still up on your wall. i learn more from you and am impressed by your hard committed work and your on-line presence. cant wait to see your novels out in the world! adelante...