Penny Loves Wade E-book is now available at Amazon, Kobo, and iTunes!
Korean and Bulgarian language versions of Singing Away the Dark released!
The Korean language version of Caroline's picture book Singing Away the Dark has been released by Noran Usan/ Tsai Fong Books. The translator is Kim Hyeon Jwa. The book's ISBN is: 978-8963055190. Info about the Bulgarian language edition will be posted shortly.
May 23rd, 7 p.m. at the Zocalo Cafe on 5th Street in Courtenay, B.C. Caroline will be among six finalists reading short stories, chosen by the Comox Valley Labour Council for their Mayworks Festival, which celebrates working culture. She'll be reading 'Echolalia', her story about a conflicted young woman working in a group home for mentally challenged adults.
French language version of Singing Away the Dark now released!
The French language version of Caroline's picture book Singing Away the Dark has been released by Les Éditions De La Courte Échelle and is called: Chanter Dans Le Noir. The translator is Fanny Britt and the illustrations are by Julie Morstad, as they were for the English version. The book's ISBN is: 978-2-89695-196-4. Please contact www.courteechelle.com for information and to purchase copies.
Meet the Author- An Interview with Toni Buzzeo of Library Sparks Magazine
Read the December 2012 interview conducted by Toni Buzzeo,
career media specialist and author
(visit www.tonibuzzeo.com for more about Toni).
Word On The Street 2012
Caroline appeared in the Children's Tent at WOTS in September 2012 and gave away two copies of The Village of Many Hats to several fashionable children in the audience!
Caroline Woodward - December 2011 Long Beach Radio
Caroline read from her book "Singing Away The Dark" during the 4th Annual Hospice Radiothon. Listen here
Winter Story Warms the Heart
By Fran Ashdown, North Shore News, November 30, 2011
Singing Away the Dark resonated deeply with me as it brought back memories of my school days in Prince Rupert.
Instead of trudging down a plank road in the dark to catch a water taxi to school as I did, the girl in this story leaves her home in the winter dark and walks through the fields and woods to meet the school bus. She is young and alone and clearly apprehensive about having to venture forth. The minimalist-style illustrations reveal her anxiety and aptly depict the spooky aspect of the woods and the empty and vast landscape. We are told she is just six years old and, like most children, she is equipped with a very active imagination... Read more: www.nsnews.com/entertainment/
Caroline Woodward - October 2011 CBC Radio Interview
Listen to the October 2nd interview on CBC Radio's North by Northwest program with host Sheryl Mackay and featured guest Caroline Woodward discussing her children's book, Singing Away the Dark.
Singing Away the Dark nominated for the B.C. Chocolate Lily Award, in the Picture Book category.
Singing Away the Dark named as a finalist for the 2011 Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Prize by the Canadian Children's Book Centre!
The award honours excellence in the illustrated picture book format for children ages 3 - 8 years.
Caroline Woodward - 2011 CKUA Radio Network Interview
Listen to the June 5th interview with Caroline Woodward discussing her novel Penny Loves Wade, Wade Loves Penny for Alberta radio network CKUA and their Bookmark Show.