By Gayleen Rabakukk
Books have power. They can make us laugh, cry or keep us up late into the night when we just have to find out what happens. Books can also inspire action or influence other authors, even many years later. In 1873, when Jules Verne published Around the World in 80 Days, it’s unlikely he had even an inkling of the chain reaction his novel would ignite.
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Author Tara Luebbe, photo by Carl Kerridge
By Traci Sorell
Tara Luebbe is on a roll!
She has been doing double duty promoting two debut picture books published earlier this year.
Luckily, her sister Becky Cattie co-authors the books with her, so they can share this journey together.
But today I’m featuring Tara because she got them started on their children’s publishing path.
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