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Sue Levine

  • Bethany Beach Books 99 Garfield Pkwy Bethany Beach, DE, 19930 United States (map)

Meet Sue Levine, author of the Susie's Shoesies series! Her two newest books are: #7: A Portrait of Love and #8: A New Generation of Adventures

A Portrait of Love (#7)

The future is the present in this seventh book of the Susie's Shoesies series. On this mysterious adventure, a surprising new time traveler joins Susie Gardner-Lewin, as she visits one of the most ancient cities of the world. While there, they meet a famous and inspiring figure in the art world, one who has challenged authority and made her way in a controversial and fickle creative community. Susie's past experiences with time and space add a remarkable twist to one of history's most sought-after answers.


A New Generation of Adventures! (#8)

In this last book of the Susie's Shoesies series, three generations of time-traveling adventurers return to their past and meet the woman who started it all! The mystery begins where it all began, with a gift from one loving grandmother to her eight-year-old granddaughter, and weaves in and out of government scandals, lies, and a young man's quest for revenge. Throughout this journey, the remarkable Metavoy family perseveres, honors their own history, and is witness to a budding romance that will shape their destiny. Once they return to their present, a plot to destroy a dear friend's self-esteem is unraveled. Their effort tests the meaning of "friendship" and proves how other people's truths can help us embrace our own. In the end, when their other than ordinary lives return to what will surely be an extraordinary future, nothing will ever be the same.

About Sue

Sue Madway Levine has been working with children, families, and schools for more than 40 years. As a Speech and Language Therapist, a Learning Disabilities Resource Teacher, a college professor, researcher, and published author, Sue has dedicated her professional life to making a positive difference in the field of education. During her work at Dominican University in San Rafael, CA, Sue led game-making workshops for local teachers. This lead to her working in the toy and game industry, inventing new products for companies such as Parker Brothers, Milton Bradley, Hasbro, Mattel, Pressman Toy Company, Tiger Electronics, and The Great American Puzzle Factory. After having two of her textbooks published by Academic Therapy Publishing, Sue has now turned to writing children’s literature. Presently she is in private practice as the Director of Educational Services for The Child and Family Study Team. She lives in a suburb of Philadelphia, PA, with her husband, the Service Learning Coordinator at a local school district. Sue spends her free time gardening, making Sailors’ Valentines, and traveling.

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