- Im Bann der Lilie (Gesamtausgabe) (German Edition).
- PANK Magazine.
- The Roads to Modernity: The British, French and American Enlightenments.
- Ultimate Guide On Weight Lifting and Weight Training.
Cunningham, based her story on the real life story of Aardu, a most inquisitive and ingenious wallaby who, many years ago, went missing from Stone Zoo in Stoneham, MA. Aardu's escape and voluntary return to the zoo made headline news not only in Boston, Massachusetts, but all across the USA.
- Willow's Walkabout: A Children's Guide to Boston by Sheila Cunningham (Hardback, ) | eBay.
- Frog Kvolya Crochet Pattern Amigurumi toy (LittleOwlsHut).
- Naguib Mahfouz: Le dernier train (Espaces Littéraires) (French Edition).
- The Assateauge Incident.
- Willow’s Walkabout: Sheila S. Cunningham and Kathie Kelleher.
A proud native of Scranton, PA, Sheila experienced love at first sight when she arrives in Boston to attend graduate school. A lawyer, and now author, she is a devoted fan of all things Boston. Kathie Kelleher is descended from a long line of talented and interesting characters, from bell-helmeted deep sea divers to Cape Breton bagpipers.
As a young child, Kathie enjoyed hearing the family tales. Some tall, some small. She has illustrated several books including Willow's Walkabout: A Children's Guide to Boston.
Willow’s Walkabout: Sheila S. Cunningham and Kathie Kelleher
This book is sure to capture the imaginations of young readers. A charmingly illustrated poem by former U. Poet Laureate Billy Collins takes us on a journey that features magical transformations and makes a nautical adventure out of the act of reading Do you think a mouse can fly? One Christmas Carlotte Otten's son gave her a fly he had tied, a mouse with red and green stripes which became the inspiration for this story.
Barnes and Noble Bookstore at the Pru Presents Storytime/Author Signing [12/14/13]
Teaming up with illustrator Greg Crawford, she takes us on a journey, part real, part fantasy, into the world of fly fishing and a little mouse What kind of adventure begins in the living room on a rainy Monday afternoon? Say you just found out that Granny, who raised you, is going to lose her house because there's nothing valuable left to sell except an unfinished tapestry Princess Olivia - How it came to be.
Sheila and Kathie have also lined up signings at the Stone Zoo and Fenway Park, and there is a blog tour in the works.
- Understanding Your Suicide Grief: Ten Essential Touchstones for Finding Hope and Healing Your Heart (Understanding Your Grief);
- God Loves You. - Chester Blue: An Inspirational Book About a Very Special Bear With a Message From God.
- Willow's Walkabout.
- There Was Always Room At My Mothers Table.
- Bullies and Mean Girls in Popular Culture;
- Primary Menu.
- Never miss a story?
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MEET A LOCAL AUTHOR: Sheila Cunningham
Also, on a more personal note, how did you arrive at choosing a fox for your avatar? Your email is never published nor shared. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. The awkward verses never really captured me, but the overview of fun things to do in Boston is a nice resource for newcomers looking for weekend activities for the family, particularly because it is written for young readers, not for parents who already get to make most of the decisions anyway.
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