“Maggie enhanced our literacy unit by sharing the process of writing and publishing a book. She enriched our students’ lives by reading her endearing story “Jellybeans Morning Noon and Night.” We loved the way her story captured the childhood dream of having sweets for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The story and illustrations engaged all students and inspired their creativity when making their chef’s hat craft with Maggie. Thank you for a fun morning!”
— Joanne Davis, Kristina Morrison, Jeanne Diem & Kristin Clay
Teachers at the Central Early Childhood Center, Deptford, NJ

“I have been reading “Jellybeans Morning, Noon And Night” to the Pre-School and Early Elementary children this week. We have had so much fun with it. I get them all chanting with me and thinking about how awful our bellies feel after too much sugar. Then of course we eat some jellybeans. Enjoy sharing with them that the real author signed our book and sent us a message. Love that I can include thoughts of Daddy’s and Mommy’s not always being home and serving for our freedom. Love this book.” — Claudette Delorge

“Found “Jellybeans Morning Noon and Night” refreshing. A mom who taught her children that she could eat what they prepared and then turned the table and stuck to her word by giving them what they asked for. Goes to prove there is always another way. Thinking outside the box – Loved it. Hope to see more like it.” — Theresa Carlin

“My son loves “Jellybeans Morning, Noon & Night” and even convinced me to make him jellybean pancakes! We are having a lot of fun with the book!”  — Lori Ramella

“A smart mom knows that you can have too much of a good thing. This adorable tale is a fun way to show children that moderation is best. The colorful illustrations were attractive to my children, and the story made them giggle. Also, the book is particularly appropriate for military families and libraries in schools that serve military families as the author understands the stress put on parents who have a deployed spouse and dedicates her book to those who miss their family members when they are deployed. Children and parents in that situation would appreciate the connection to the author.”  — Linda Humes