Friday, April 10, 2009

Jump into the World of Ink at Stories for Children Magazine and Enjoy Their 2nd Birthday Celebration

Stories for Children Magazine Art Director to be Featured on the Food Network

Marie Letourneau, Art Director of Stories for Children Magazine and author/illustrator of The Mice of Bistrot des Sept Freres to be featured on the Food Network, April 23, 2009 at 10 pm EST.

The Mice of Bistrot des Sept Freres has been named Book of the Year – by Foreword Magazine – Bronze Medal. To honor this fine achievement, Marie Letourneau and the powers that be held an out of this world celebration. To the surprise and pure delight of those in attendance Letourneau’s publisher added to the uniqueness of the evening, a cake from Charm City Cakes home of the “Ace of Cakes” Food Network program with Chef Duff.

About the book:
Every day, Chef Marcel and his sons recite the recipe for the famous cheese soup of the Bistrot des Sept Freres--the trendiest mouse cafe in all of Paris. But when a culinary judge is due to arrive and Chef Marcel has run out of his secret ingredient, it is Petite Michelle who saves the day. This adorable story and whimsical illustrations of Marie LeTourneau will delight children, while providing une petite lecon on the language and culture of France.

April continues to be a banner month:

Stories for Children Magazine Talks with Christian Youth Fiction Book and Illustrator Kevin Scott Collier

Writer and illustrator Kevin Scott Collier recently granted Stories for Children Magazine a wonderful and exhilarating opportunity to interview him about his illustrious career. A true child at heart, Collier’s writing and illustrating talents will leave you spellbound and inspired.

Kevin Scott Collier has been a professional artist for over 25 years and has illustrated more than 80 children's books. Topsy Turvy Land, written by Donna J. Shepherd and illustrated by Collier, was named one of the top 50 children's picture books of all time in the December 2006 issue of World Magazine. Also, Monty the Traveling Cat, written by Becky Moesner, illustrated by Collier, and published in 2008 won the New York Book Festival's First Place award for best children's book.

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