Meet Stephanie Guzman, author of the Oliver the Clownfish series on Wednesday, July 19th at 6:30pm! Plus! Join us Wednesday morning at 11am for a very special story time with Stephanie!
Oliver the Clownfish: Sticky Fins
This is the third book in the Adventures of Oliver the Clownfish series. Oliver witnesses Ozzie the Octopus putting something in his book bag that doesn't belong to him. When Oliver confronts Ozzie about what he sees, Ozzie tries to convince Oliver to take things too. Will Oliver join Ozzie or will he stand up for what he knows is right? Read to find out what happens!
Born in Maryland, Stephanie Guzman resides in Belcamp, MD with her husband Derick and daughter Katelyn. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education from the University of Delaware and her Master’s degree in reading from Towson University. She currently is a National Board Certified Teacher working for Harford County Public Schools as a reading specialist.
Stephanie Guzman, Author of The Adventures of Oliver the Clownfish
When she began her teaching career as a second grade teacher, she noticed there were not many books available to children addressing the many character development issues that are important today. The Adventures of Oliver the Clownfish: Invitation Slip-Up was the first in her series of inspiring children’s books. The Adventures of Oliver the Clownfish: Acting Cool is the second book in the series. The third book, The Adventures of Oliver the Clownfish: Sticky Fins, explores the issue of stealing. If you have any ideas on what her next books should be about, feel free to email her at email@example.com. Be sure to check for upcoming titles!!!
Through the success of her books, Stephanie has decided to start her own publishing company, Not So Plain Jane Publishing. Her company is an imprint of RJ Communications.
Stephanie has been a member of the Independent Book Publishers Association and the Mid-Atlantic Book Publishers Association.
She is currently a member ofCambridge Who’s Who and the International Literacy Association.