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Dandi Daley Mackall

Dandi Daley Mackall

About Dandi Daley Mackall: Dandi is the author of over 400 books for children. Her first big story was "Why I Want to Be Batboy for the Kansas City A’s," written when she was a 10-year-old tomboy. Although the story won first place, the team wouldn’t let a girl be batboy. Dandi tells this true story in "A Girl Named Dan," a picture book released in 2008. In 2012, her book "The Silence of Murder" won the Edgar Award for Best Young Adult Mystery. Dandi loves animals and lives in West Salem.

For more on Dandi Mackall, visit her website, blog, or Facebook page.

Dandi Mackall's School Visits & Speaking Engagements: Dandi Mackall delivers lively school visits that spark reading and writing through the power of stories. For older audiences, she focuses on writing skills and drawing on your own experiences in story-writing. Dandi also speaks about the "Story Behind the Story" of her parents, who were an Army Dr. and Army nurse in WWII. Audience: Youth or Adult. Please visit this link for more about Dandi Mackall's speaking.

 

 

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WITH LOVE, WHEREVER YOU ARE (2017): Based on the incredible true love story of Dandi's parents, who met in WWII training, married in haste, and were shipped to different fronts to serve as Army doctor and Army nurse with only their letters to hold them together.

Surrounded by danger and desperately wounded patients, they soon find that only the war seems real—and their marriage more and more like a distant dream. If they make it through the war, will their marriage survive?

Special feature: Dandi tells the story behind the story and includes copies of actual letters, photographs, and more. Having authored over 400 books for children, this is Dandi's first novel.

 

 

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ONE SMALL DONKEY (2016): This heartwarming family Christmas story is told from the unlikely perspective of the donkey that is carrying Mary to Bethlehem. Though the donkey wasn’t the biggest, fastest, or strongest of all the animals, he had an important job all the same. Adults and children alike will love the message about how God has big plans for little ones. (Ages 4-8)

30th Annual
Buckeye Book Fair
November 4, 2017
9:30 to 4:00
Fisher Auditorium Wooster, Ohio
$2 Admission
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