Amy MacDonald is a children’s book author and speaker.  Explore her biography for young readers and biography for parents and educators.






6 thoughts on “About

  1. Lynne lovett

    It was such fun to meet you and Thomas at the Taylor’s. Hope we’ll see you again soon.

    • Amy MacDonald

      Hi, Lynne. Well, that was quick work on your part! It was indeed a lovely evening, and I hope we’ll see more of you and E.J. in the future.

  2. L.A. Scott

    I am currently reading “No More Nice” to my 5th grade class comprised of Severely Emotionally Disturbed students. Often when I read to the class, I am largely ignored. Not so with your book. They are glued.

    They, like I, look forward to see what will happen in the next chapter.

    Thanks from all of us for producing so much fun.

    L.A. Scott

    • Amy MacDonald

      Thanks for sharing that with me. I love hearing from teachers, and I’m glad the story has gripped your class. I hope you share the sequel (No More Nasty) with them: it’s set at school, where Simon’s rather difficult fifth grade class tries to make life tough for their new substitute teacher, who turns out to be Aunt Mattie!

  3. Amy Connolly

    What fun to learn my neighbor is a children’s book author! I love this neighborhood. My son Kevin andI will be checking out your books soon and look forward to saying Hello over the hedges. Amy Connolly (from across the street)

    • Amy MacDonald

      Hello, other Amy. Come on over and say hello in person and bring Kevin. I know Thomas has met you, but I have yet to run into you. How did you “discover” this blog?

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