San Francisco Book Festival Honorable Mention
Everyone hears noises at night…but Zach is worried about what [or who] in the world is making so much noise in his attic! Help Zach solve his mystery and find out what he hears. This excellent early reader will stimulate imaginations and conversations for years to come.
Again, Corum has given us a story of animals and humans facing challenges and coming to a resolution. Helping children face their fears and understanding both the human and the animal world a little better, Antics in the Attic combines playful language with realistic dialogue in a story that kids will want to read over and over. –Kim Long, PhD, Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Shippensburg University
Stephanie came to our preschool and read her first book Goats in Coats to our three and four year olds. The children loved her book and were held captive to the story line. A great book for young children everywhere. I highly recommend it. –Shirley Perry, Head Teacher 4-Year-Old Class, Good Shepard Preschool
Stephanie Corum spoke to the Middletown Library (FCPL-MD) teens about what I call the writing life. She is a great speaker and the teens really got a lot out of the program. She gave great tips for writing and did a great job with the teens giving fascinating insights into the writing world. –Becky Stone, YA Programmer, Middletown Branch Library
About the Author
Stephanie J. Corum is a freelance writer and a true horse addict. Author of numerous magazine articles and the children’s book, Goats with Coats. Stephanie is an avid dressage competitor who lives with her husband Donavon on their small horse farm in Williamsport, Maryland.