Does Mother Nature have a sense of humor? Does she make jokes? If so, what’s her punchline? KIDS ASK SCOTT (episode 24) has the answer. Click here to find out.
Coming to the LA Times Festival of Books at USC this weekend? Stop by and say hello at the Octopus Ink Press booth! Scott Sussman will be signing books at discount prices, and admission is FREE. It’s also not too late to pick up some free tickets to the events.
The questions come from Kylie who says she’s Scott’s biggest fan, which is impressive because we recently heard from an elephant in Africa who claimed the same thing. Go figure. Click here for Scott’s response.
Check out these wonderfully creative stories from students at Jefferson Elementary in Bellflower, CA. They were asked what they would do with a Molecule Maker. The answers are priceless.
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Looking to support your local book seller? If you live in or near Newport Beach, California, we’ve just delivered another load of Octopus Ink books to Lido Village Books. Lido Village Books is a beautiful bookstore in a glorious location. So stop by at least to say hello.
Yes, it’s true. Octopus Ink is now in Southern California full-time and we’re visiting schools from San Diego to Orange and Los Angeles County. Interested in booking a FREE author visit and receiving gratuitous Scott books for your school library? Call now! What are you waiting for? The author visit (and the books) are free. TINSTAAFL…
The latest episode of KIDS ASK SCOTT was filmed in Rome, Italy. The question? What do you do about writer’s block? Click here for Scott’s humorous and, perhaps, unusual answer.
Which of Scott’s books does the author himself like the most? That’s like asking a parent which of their children they love the most. Parents love all their children equally, but for different reasons. Click here to hear Scott’s answer . . .