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Welcome Friends! Here is a place for teachers, parents, librarians and writers to learn what's going on in the world of book author Karma Wilson.

Contest Now Closed! Good luck!

New Giveaway on Oct. 30th

This contest is open to anybody and everybody!  I’m giving away one signed copy of Mr. Murry and Thumbkin (sadly out of print) and one signed copy of  Bear Feels Scared.  There can only be one winner per household.

Mr. Murry and Thumbkin

To enter this contest you just need to vote for which book you want to be in Cheerios boxes! Vote here: (Vote for whichever book you like, but my feelings wouldn’t be hurt if you choose Bear’s New Friend.) When you’ve voted visit my contest page and fill out the information. In the spot to answer the question put “yes, I voted”. I will number entries in order received and select a winner with a random number generator.

Good luck!


Vote for Bear’s New Friend!

Cheerios Spoonful of Stories literacy project is holding a vote for books that will appear inside of boxes of Cheerios, and BEAR NEEDS YOUR HELP!

Vote for Bear!

Vote for Bear!

To recap, Spoonful of Stories is a great project designed to get free books into the hands of young kids. Millions of quality children’s books are printed in itty-bitty kid-sized copies and put in specially marked Cheerios boxes! Talk about the best cereal prize ever!Books to read!

Bear’s New Friend is behind and Bear needs your help. VOTE. And you can vote daily too.
Here’s How To Vote

1. Click on this link.

2. Click on the “MORE BOOKS” link at the bottom of the page.

3.  Vote for Bear’s New Friend.

4. Remember to visit the site daily to vote again!

I thank you all for your support! And I apologize for the shameful begging. 🙂

Sleepyhead in Spoonful of Stories!

Great news! Sleepyhead was chosen to be a Spoonful of Stories book.  This is exciting because it means that my book is getting right where every children’s author dreams their books will end up–the hands of kids.

Spoonful of Stories is a literacy project that is a joint effort of Cheerios and First Book (children’s literacy charity). This time the news gets even better though– every book will have the story printed in both English and Spanish!

If you’d like to learn more about this great project or just discuss literature in general, the awesome Mom It Forward blog is hosting a Twitter chat tomorrow and I’m a panel member! Hope to see ya there. Here’s some info.

An interview on The Writer’s Journey

I did a very fun and introspective interview for Meredeth Resnick at her blog, The Writer’s Journey. Check it out! She really made me think. 🙂