Cow Pie Gang: Letters to Allie
Special letters from Allie's mom bring her to tears as she discovers a new connection through a box of beautiful and heartfelt letters. A new girl moves to Tiny with an unimaginable secret. A Halloween birthday celebration brings relationships to a More...
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Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.41" tall
Special letters from Allie's mom bring her to tears as she discovers a new connection through a box of beautiful and heartfelt letters. A new girl moves to Tiny with an unimaginable secret. A Halloween birthday celebration brings relationships to a head. To save their friendships and set things right Kati and Allie will have to have the courage to trust in their friendship like never before. Whether it be Truth or Dare, letters from Allie's mom or being a member of the Cow Pie Gang, life in Tiny is anything but boring for the Allie and the others. Get ready to laugh, cry and fall in love as Allie and Kati continue to figure out the trials and tribulations of being tweens.
J Richard Knapp is an American author from Roseburg, Oregon. Educated at Boise State University and the University of Oregon, he has worked over three decades as an elementary teacher, public school principal, university level graduate school instructor, a state leader of Oregon public education, and a member of the International Symposium on Education with leaders from Japan, Germany, Great Britain, China, Australia, Canada, and the United States.The author/speaker is recognized internationally as a leader in bully prevention. Knapp's most recent accomplishment include the founding of KnappStory Media, which represents the author's presentations, books, and other publications, such as the 'International Bully Prevention Newsletter'.J Richard Knapp's work focuses on the six fundamental elements of bully prevention: dignity, respect, understanding, compassion, calmness, and equilibrium. These are the core elements that families must teach their children.
Shona Anderson has been an educator since 1996. Her work as both an English teacher and a French teacher led her to administration in 2003 for the Bluewater District School Board. Anderson is also a part-time faculty member of the University of Western Ontario. She started her teaching career with the Upper Grand District School board as a core French teacher. She began taking Additional Qualifications courses and holds a double specialization in the teaching of French as a Second Language and Computers in the Classroom. Anderson holds a B.A. in English from the University of Guelph and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education in secondary education from the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland. She also completed her Masters of Education through Charles Sturt University in Australia, with a focus on Educational Research in the area of bullying. Her research was supported by the Ontario Principals Council and she has both written for their publication, the Register, and presented at their annual Odyssey conference. Anderson has also published an action manual for administrators called Creating a Culture of Action for OPC .Â