Angelina Schafer Gauthier is an educator and elementary school principal with over 20 years of experience teaching and coaching children and youth. She has been writing since she was three, when she would narrate and her Dad would type her stories on his “state of the art” portable Royal typewriter.
Angelina values kindness, which she shares with her students on a daily basis. She teaches and encourages them to make good choices, show accountability, and be kind.
Angelina lives in beautiful central British Columbia, Canada, and enjoys spending school holidays and summers travelling or enjoying the outdoors with her husband and two daughters.
Her book What Kind of World Would It Be? encourages kindness, cooperation, generosity, and empathy, and will inspire meaningful dialogue about how to make the world a little kinder.
This children’s book about kindness challenges children to reflect on their actions and inspires meaningful discussions about how actions and words impact others.
What Kind of World Would It Be? shows how simple, daily social interactions such as a kind word, helping hand, or selfless act can have a huge impact on others, and can fill the world with kindness.
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Sabinah Adewole is a best seller and has enjoyed reading from a young child . She studied English and her poetry has been informed from her experiences on her journeys of Life which has inspired a lot of readers across the globe.
She is an Associate member of the society of Authors.
Journeys of Life Volume 3 is her third poetry book. All her books can be found on Amazon across many countries. She continues to use her poetry to inspire her audience.
She started writing poetry from a park bench in Gidea park in May 2018. Her first poetry book Journeys of Life (Vol1) was published in Feb 2019 ,second book Journeys of Life was published in Dec 2019. (Vol 2)
Her first Children poetry book A Child’s journey through poetry (Vol 1) was published in America in Dec 2019 and is a best seller.
Copies are available in North America on Ingram and Indigo.ca in Canada.
This book has captured poems written in United Kingdom, Luton Hoo, Canterbury,Antalya Nigeria and AbuDhabi and has been influenced from the various workshops she has been a part of.
Sabinah has grown on the Poetry circuit, she has gone around various circuits promoting her poetry and this has been evident in most of her poems.
Sabinah’s poetry is informative to an every day audience and would impart on any one from all crosses of life , her poetry is for everyone and and some examples of her poems in this book are
Sounds of Space, Leaves of Change, Oomph exercise,Love escalator, Kitchen perfect ,The artist , A lovely day in the park, Flags of Nations ,Wuhan Corona virus to mention a few.
She is passionate , creative , determined , enthusiastic with a positive mindset and this can be captured in her poetry. She hopes that her poetry will have a lasting effect on any one across the globe.
Sabinah’s Poetry has been inspired by her faith. A number of the poems are centred around faith and she encourages the reader to develop his or her own faith but the message is not overly pushy.
Her poems are written in free prose style bringing out the truth and beauty in everyday living.
Some of her poems are classified as Haiku, Episolatory, Allusion ,How- to -poems, Object poems , Smell Poetry, Split or Cento poetry and Ekphrastic poems.
What others are saying:
“She gives each poem a speculiar spin, some bear a resemblance to sonnets others remind me of concrete poetry. The words itself are used to create imagery or feeling.”
“I feel as if the writer is dancing through life and inviting the reader to join in”
“Her poetry is optimistic, motivational and heartwarming”
“The poems are about her travels and personal experiences”
“She is clearly a world traveller and poetically narrates her trips to various places “
“Her writing is described as very interesting and well acknowledged on the international circuit “
Author Dawn Doig, M.Sc., M.Ed, is the author of several children’s picture books on a variety of topics including childhood hearing loss, bullying and forgiveness, dysgraphia, and learning English as an additional language.
She has been blessed with two extremely rewarding careers working with children as an audiologist and as an English as an additional language teacher.
Dawn has two grown children who live in Canada.
She currently resides in Cameroon, Africa with her hubby Bruce and two very rambunctious but adorable female kitties.
She gets her inspiration for her children’s books from her family, the children she has the pleasure of working with, general life experiences, and her feline friends.
Dawn is a passionate baker who loves to share her homemade goodies with others. She is always ready to head out on the next thrilling adventure with Bruce and they never know where the wind will blow them to next.
Her most recent book “Lulubelle Loves to Bake’ will be released soon (hopefully by the end of this week or early next week). It’s an alphabet cookbook written in rhyme. It combines her love of writing, drawing, and baking.