Author Archives: Lee Edward Fodi

About Lee Edward Fodi

I'm a children's author, illustrator, and educator—or, as I like to think of myself, a daydreaming expert. When I'm not daydreaming myself, I teach kids how to do it. Yes, they might seem pretty good at it already, but in my experience, most of them haven't learned yet how to put it to good use. I'm the creator of the Kendra Kandlestar series and have illustrated books for other authors.

Darlene Foster launching new book in her series

Darlene Foster is excited to announce the release of her new book, Amanda in New Mexico: Ghosts in the Wind. About the book Amanda Ross is on a school trip to Taos, New Mexico. She shares a room with Cleo, … Continue reading

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Inspiring young imaginations in Korea

Myself and two other CWILL authors recently returned from Korea, where we taught a creative writing camp for kids and presented at the Canadian Embassy in Seoul. A contest to celebrate Canada150 The event at the embassy was an award … Continue reading

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How a new children’s book series reminded me about the magic of world-building

Originally posted on Between the Cracks of Here and There:
Author (and friend!) Kallie George recently wrote a guest post on my blog in which she described her world-building process for her brand new children’s book series, The Heartwood Hotel. …

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A book launch for children’s books in French

This coming Saturday, March 18, 2017, in the morning, Nancy Hundal and Danielle S. Marcotte are launching their new French books, so come down for a piece of cake onyour own or, better still, bring the French program children in your life! Nancy … Continue reading

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Calling BC Writers and Illustrators: Phase 3 of Reading Lights is on its way

Do you write stories or poems for children 12 years and younger? Would you like them to be featured under a Reading Light? Have look at the Reading Lights installed this year by visiting the official website. The Vancouver Public … Continue reading

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The latest Reading Lights are here!

We’re excited here at CWILL BC to tell you that the next round of plaques have been installed around Vancouver as part of the Reading Lights literacy initiative. These plaques feature children’s books by BC authors and illustrators and are installed on lamp … Continue reading

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