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View PBS Tampa's Feature on My Children's Book, One Pelican at a Time

Hello to all you Mom Bloggers!

Just a quick note to tell you that PBS Tampa (WEDU) featured me and my bestselling children 's book, One Pelican at a Time, in their series, GulfWatch.

(The video can be found below.)

It addresses my writing of the book, the first in the Bella and Britt Series.  The second, Sea Turtle Summer, will be available in time for Christmas. The series is published by Guardian Angel Publishing.

One Pelican at a Time can be bought at: …

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Added by Nancy Stewart on October 27, 2011 at 5:00pm — 2 Comments

One Pelican at a Time: A Story of the Gulf Oil Spill

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