Susan Bourrie enjoys reading and writing poetry and stories whose main characters are humorous and heroic. She stopped taking the world seriously in elementary school when an aptitude test said she was supposed to grow up to be a poet or a forest ranger. Since people groaned at her rhyming verse and there were no forests where she lived, she became a mother, children’s librarian, and teacher of reading and writing for future teachers. She could not, however, stop rhyming and wrote and created Admiral Seasalt, Mortimer J. Readabook, light verse, and song lyrics when no one was looking. She writes for children of all ages including parents and grandparents who need hugs and hope.Read more Read less
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