Musings from the creatively maladjusted. What writers write when they 1) aren't writing, 2) are avoiding writing, 3) need a word count to convince their spouses they are writing, 4) are between deadlines or 5) aren't distracted by the Google demon...
Tammy has worked on more than 24 books including The Tsunami Quilt (written by Anthony Fredericks, Sleeping Bear Press), Honor Awards winner for the 2008 Storytelling World Awards in the Stories for Pre-Adolescent Listeners category; A is for Aloha (written by Uilani Goldsberry, Sleeping Bear Press), selected by the Hawaii Center for the Book to represent the state at the 2006 National Book Festival; Lullaby Moon (written by Elaine Masters), winner of the 2003 Ka Palapala Po'okela Award for Excellence in Children's Books; and Baby Honu's Incredible Journey, an island children's classic.
She has also illustrated forensic assessment tools for the Hawaii Judiciary Children's Advocacy Center and educational material on the care of central lines in children, and is the webmaster for the Hawaii Chapter of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.
In addition, Tammy has given numerous presentations in schools and libraries across Hawaii. She has presented at the 2000 Hawaii Island Writers Conference, the 2005 Read To Me Conference in Honolulu, the 2005 and 2006 SCBWI-Hawaii Annual Conferences and the 2007 Honolulu Writer's Conference. Her paintings are on display at the Mazza Museum in Findlay, Ohio.
Mural for the Waianae Pediatric Clinic. The exam rooms will feature art from Tammy's children's books.
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