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Lottie Gunderson Girl Scientist
is a series of early reader chapter books that entertain and educate boys and girls grades 1-4.

Book 1: Lucky Lottie

"Oh, my gosh!  I swallowed my lucky dime!"

Lottie learns about digestion

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Book 2: Spotty Lottie

 "I do love Whippy Dip and art class.  I decide to try really hard not to think about going to the doctor and maybe losing my spot."

Lottie has minor surgery.

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Book 3: Rocky Lottie 

"That's it!  I'll do my Michigan project about the Petoskey stone!"

Lottie learns about Michigan.

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Book 4:  Lakey Lottie

"You can't snuggle with a goldfish.  I want a not-wet pet."

Lottie learns about pets and the life-cycle. 

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Non-fiction titles by Ms. Hen

Biography of one of the remarkable founders of Grand Rapids.  You've climbed on his statue, now read about the man in this illustrated biography.  His experiences will remind you of Forrest Gump -- he went everywhere and did everything. 

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ABOUT MS. HEN:

Amy Henrickson has had a life-long love affair with words, paper, and books.  Feeding her affection, she began writing in earnest during the summer of 2009 when she first attended the Iowa Summer Writing Festival.  Since then, she has made the pilgrimage to Iowa every summer to commune with the writing tribe and has published four early reader chapter books about Lottie Gunderson, Girl Scientist:  Lucky Lottie,  Spotty Lottie, andRocky Lottie, and Lakey Lottie. She has also written essays, short stories and poetry and has most recently had a poem, "Once,"  published in Imagine This:  An Artprize Anthology. Her non-fiction debut is a middle-grade biography about John Ball who is known in western Michigan for his namesake, the John Ball Zoo. Ms.Hen bravely left her job as a school library supervisor to pursue writing full-time and is eager to connect withreaders and other writers

 

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A special Thank You to Abby Bedford for her help with setting up this website! 


 SPECIAL SALE ON BOOKS

BEFORE THEY GO INTO THEIR SECOND PRINTING (WHILE SUPPLIES LAST)

SET OF 4 LOTTIE BOOKS $30 INCLUDES SHIPPING 

INDIVIDUAL TITLES $8, INCLUDES SHIPPING

Email: MsHensPen@gmail.com to order

You never know who you might see at the Fulton St. Art Market on Sundays in Grand Rapids.

JOHN BALL ZOO gift shop BOOK SIGNING

Saturday, June 13, 2015 

SIGNED COPIES ARE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AT THE ZOO SHOP.  

   A young reader at Big Rapids' AUTHORPALOOZA in June 2015, eager to get started on her Lottie book. 

  

If you grew up in Western Michigan, you have climbed on this bronze statue at the John Ball Zoo,  but did you ever wonder about who John Ball was?  You'll be amazed to learn about his remarkable, adventurous life.  Read this illustrated middle-grade (and up) biography, and you'll never look at his statue in the same way again.

61pp.  Non-fiction Biography with Michigan focus  

Available on Amazon.com and Lulu.com

Author visit Spring 2015.  What a nice and fun group of people!

Selling and signing books at the Women's Expo in Grand Rapids.  Spring 2015

E-BOOK ANNOUNCEMENT!

All four Lottie Gunderson, Girl Scientist books are now available as ebooks!  You can immediately download Lucky Lottie, Spotty Lottie, Rocky Lottie and the newest book, Lakey Lottie on Lulu.com.  The books will be available on Apple ibooks, Barnes and Noble Nook, Amazon Kindle, and Kobo & everything else within the month. Only $2.99 per book. Print copies (with illustrations) of the first three books are also available on Lulu and Amazon. Print copies of Lakey Lottie will also be available within the month. Tell your friends! Please share!
Purchase  ebook versions of Lucky Lottie,  Spotty Lottie, Rocky Lottie, and Lakey Lottie on www.lulu.com and on www.amazon.com

Support independent publishing: Buy this book on Lulu. 

Book SigningThe book signing event at Kent District Library Grandville Branch on October 2, 2012 was great fun.

Thank you to Kris and Patrice and everyone who attended.