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A Sackful of Poems 

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Just as artists use colour and brushstrokes to evoke emotion, so too can writers with the careful arrangement of words. The right combination can create mood, share ideas and transform thinking. Poetry has the ability to link people in thought and emotion. It allows us to bend the rules of language and create a world with no limitations, a magical place of our own. The fusion of language and art is where A Sackful of Poems emerges, where paint splatters onto neatly written words, giving them a certain edge, if you will.

Published by Words Publishing
Publication Date: April 12, 2020


The Three Witty Goats Gruff 

Three hungry goats need to cross a bridge to get to a luscious field of green grass. But a greedy old troll stands in their way and threatens to devour anything that sets foot on its path. So how can the goats safely cross the bridge?

They must get clever, of course!

The Three Witty Goats Gruff preserves the fun and charm of the beloved original, Three Billy Goats Gruff, while adding a new spin to this cautionary tale. With plenty of repetition and exciting dialogue, young readers are sure to join in on the adventure. Perfect for shared reading at home or in the classroom.

Published by Words Publishing
Publication Date: August 10, 2018

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Lucky Me

Lucky Me is gratitude-filled picture-book that explores life’s beauty through children’s eyes. Pages come alive with Jan Dolby’s charming illustrations and Thank-You translated into various languages, emphasizing Canada’s diversity. Lucky Me is great addition to every home and school library.

Published by Fitzhenry & Whiteside
Publication Date: June 30, 2017

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Freshly Baked Pie

Freshly Baked Pie is a whimsical tale about five year-old Emily who struggles to do the right thing when she is told to stay away from a cooling pie. Cleverly written by Lora Rozler and beautifully illustrated by Daniela Vasquez, Freshly Baked Pie invites readers along Emily’s imaginary battle with a mischievous pie. Never has examining rules and consequences been so much fun.

Published by Words Publishing
Publication Date: May 13, 2017
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In this emotional and highly visual picture book, Words, a lonely letter sets off on a journey to find meaning. As it encounters various letter combinations, it is confronted by two distinct paths and must make an important choice. Readers of all ages will be captivated by this simple, yet high concept story that explores universal themes of discovery, relationships and the need to belong, with an underlying message about bullying.

Both timeless and original, Words is an evocative tale about how letters become words and words create meaning – meaning which could ultimately build or destroy.

Published by Words Publishing
Publication Date: July 5, 2015

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(WORDS – French Edition)

Lorsqu’une lettre part à l’aventure pour découvrir le sens des choses elle apprends qu’elle n’est pas seule. Elle rencontre diverses combinaisons de lettres et découvre le pouvoir qu’elle détient. Face à deux chemins distincts, la lettre doit faire unchoix important.

Translated by Mary Heubi.
Published by: Words Publishing
Publication Date: September 14, 2017

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18 thoughts on “

  1. I absolutely love this book and the message that it sends to our children. I will be reading this to my little one and I will use it with the children I work with.

    Can’t wait for the next one! 😀😀

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  2. Dear Lora… I wish I could attend your presentation, it sound quite interesting! I’m very happy to know that other writers put their interest to write children books! And seeing the short youtube video, I’m sure you will be really sucessful!
    All the best :-)claudine

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    • Oh my goodness, Hiba! You brought such a big smile to my face! (Actually, you always had a way of doing that!) I enjoyed being your teacher tremendously! You are a gem! Thank you so much for stopping by here 🙂 see you soon!

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  3. I read ‘Words’ to two of my clients that have high functioning Autism. Such a good resource to teach positive thoughts, actions and feelings. They loved it and got a good message from it. Thank you!


    • Hi Terri. Thank you for your warm feedback. I am most humbled and happy to know that the book has touched the lives of your clients. Thank you for introducing my Words to them 🙂


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