Sunday, March 27, 2011

M. L. Anderson site seeks writing opportunities

My website is getting a facelift in my quest to gain more writing opportunites. Check it out and give me feedback.

Margie Carroll selects Mister Anderson's Company

Author/Wildlife photographer has selected Mister Anderson's Company as her premiere distributore for her four new children's books Check out

Friday, March 04, 2011

Mike in Rockies

Noting quite like the Rocky Mountains

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Margie K. Carroll's Childrens Books

Margie K. Carroll's four new childrens books have arrived! And what delightful keepsake additions to any child's library.

Check out the "busy week" adventures of Salvador the newly-hatched sandhill crane, Grandella the cute little gray fox, Lindberg the baby blue heron, and Portia the pigeon-toed polar bear at
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Thursday, August 19, 2010

Big Booksigning at Yawn's

Saturday August 21, from 11 AM - 1 PM there will be a multi-author
Book Signing and Readings
Yawn's Bookstore
210 E. Main Street
Canton, GA 30114
Contributing authors of the sensational new American Remembered anthology will be on hand meet soon-to-be fans and sign the new books

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Salvador is hatched!

At long last, the first of several adorable childrens books from Mister Anderson's is released.

Filled with her rich mesmerising wildlife photography, author Margie K. Carroll spends the first days of life with Salvador, a sandhill crane, from his egg-shell break out beginings to his first swampy swim. Children and parents will enjoy the precious story of adorable little Salvador.

Look for more titles by Margie in the fall of 2010.

$17.95 harback with dust cover. Books may be ordered through For more information contact or call Mister Anderson at 770-735-3020

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Friday, March 26, 2010

Kids Book Review

Breaking Out of the Bungle Bird

Aaron Reynolds / ZonderKids

ISBN: 0-310-70956-3 / $12.99

Move over Dr. Seuss. There’s a new storybook in town based on Proverbs 13:10, stressing, “Those who take advice are wise.”

Breaking Out of the Bungle Bird, originally penned by Aaron Reynolds in 1970, is a delightful story about a "mosquita" named Fleeya and a butterfly named Sue. They are best friends until the day they are eaten by a bungle bird. Now the two insects are trying to think of a plan to escape from the stomach of the bird before digestion cascades further.

Using rhyming and humorous dialog between the friends, the wisdom of taking advice shines as Fleeya engages her publicized plan and becomes free, while Sue …well. She should have listen to her friend.

Colorful and clever illustrations by Pete Whitefield highlight this hardback book targeted for ages up to eight. This should be a popular story for it’s fun and valuable lesson.

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