Experience the Magic of Special Events with the Author and Her Beloved Characters
Carol Hair Moore loves making appearances in the North Florida community. She cherishes the moments she spends at the library reading to children and wearing her favorite costumes! All the books in her first series, I Wish You Ice Cream and Cake, reside at the Governor’s Mansion where she is a guest reader to visiting children. Carol’s books are in the Florida House on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C.
Carol Helps Children’s Day 2018 Sparkle Like the Stars
Children’s Day 2018 was a smashing success at the Florida Capitol Building in downtown Tallahassee. Carol had the privilege of reading her newest book, Friends Who Sparkle Like the Stars to a sea of smiling faces under warm, blue skies, the joyous soundtrack of children’s laughter reverberating through the Capitol.
Local Eyewitness News WCTV caught a chance to speak with Carol during the festivities and interview her.
Excerpt from the February 2018 Tallahassee Writers Association (http://twaonline.org) Newsletter:
Carol Moore was invited to read her new book: Friends Who Sparkle Like the Stars for Children’s Day at the Florida Capitol. As one listens to her interview on WCTV after reading this book, it becomes evident how much Carol enjoys writing for children. Her love for teaching comes through in her words and actions.
Friends Who Sparkle Like the Stars is Carol’s fifth book. The books are illustrated by Michael Harrell.
As for her passion for writing children’s books, Carol states, “If I have encouraged children in some small way to be loving, honest, kind, and to treat others with compassion, then I have done what God has guided me to do.” She also ends her talks with children by telling them to sparkle like the stars and be warm like the sun.
Friends Who Sparkle Like the Stars is presented to the Leon County Public Library
The latest book in the I Wish You Ice Cream and Cake series, Friends Who Sparkle Like the Stars has made its way to the shelves of the Leon County Public Library, thanks to Mallory Rawls, the main branch’s Youth Services Librarian. Now, the community can enjoy the latest installment in an adventure through a tapestry of love, Florida sunshine, and friendship with local flora and fauna.
Carol’s Books are Presented to the Florida Governor’s Mansion
Carol presented her new book, “Ruby Kate’s Scrumptious Tea Cake Party” to Carol Beck, the Florida Governor’s Mansion Curator. Carol’s books have been placed in the Governor’s Mansion Library, along with her other books in the I Wish You Ice Cream and Cake series. The books are read to visiting children.
Carol Celebrates Florida Literacy Week
Carol (and the Book Fairy) visited Kate Sullivan Elementary School and W. T. Moore Elementary School to celebrate Florida Literacy Week, a week set aside each year by our great State of Florida to encourage reading and the love of books. Carol read tot he children and encouraged them to sparkle like the stars, shine like the Moon, and be warm like the Sun. Carol’s visit ended with a fun question-answer song.
Carol Visits the Cummer Museum in Jacksonville
Carol was invited to attend the Children’s Book Fair at the Cummer Museum of Fine Arts and Gardens in Jacksonville, Florida. It was a wonderful
Visit by the Book Fairy
Carol loves to get into the spirit of literary magic as The Book Fairy and make special appearances at schools and events where she spreads the joy of reading through her storytelling. Carol has visited Hawks Rise Elementary School, Maclay School, Gilchrist Elementary School, Trinity United Methodist Women’s Group, Faith Presbyterian Preschool, and Trinity United Methodist Church in Tallahassee, Florida and Bookshelf & Gallery in Thomasville, Georgia.