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Congratulations to Ann Ingalls!

Congratulations to Ann Ingalls!

Here’s a good news tidbit for Heartlander Ann Ingalls! Congrats, Ann!   New Publishers’ Weekly Post:   Ann Ingalls’s THE TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS IN MISSOURI, for the series The Twelve Days of Christmas in America, to Christina Pulles at Sterling Children’s, by Karen Grencik at Red Fox Literary (World).

Good news for Ann Ingalls!

Good news for Ann Ingalls!

Happy news for Heartlander Ann Ingalls posted in Publisher’s Marketplace: Children’s: Picture bookAnn Ingalls’s FAIRY FLOSS, when a girl and her aunt go to the World’s Fair in Saint Louis to watch William Morrison introduce his exciting new Electric Candy-making Machine, they have to push through the crowds to see the fluffy clouds of candy spin out of the barrel; the Wonderful Electric Candy Machine took the prize for Novelty of Invention in 1904 and created a new national favorite!,…

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Congratulations x 2! Good news for Ann Ingalls & Sue Gallion!

Congratulations x 2! Good news for Ann Ingalls & Sue Gallion!

Congratulations to two Heartlanders! Ann Ingalls announces two projects picked up by Schoolwide: 1. Thomas Garrett, Friend of Freedom (an Underground Railroad story) by Ann Ingalls 2. Tip and Tucker: Gone Missing! (a story about hamster friends, lost and found at school). Ann co-authored this title with good friend and writing critique partner, Sue Lowell Gallion.

Congratulations x 2 to Ann Ingalls!

Congratulations x 2 to Ann Ingalls!

Ann Ingalls is pleased to announce that World Book will be publishing J IS FOR JIVE; the release date has yet to be announced. Cassie Mayer will edit this work. And the good news continues: In May of 2013, Grosset and Dunlap will release Ann’s emergent reader, ICE CREAM SOUP. Karen Grencik at Red Fox Literary represented this work.

Jazzing it Up with Ann Ingalls

Jazzing it Up with Ann Ingalls

Join us Tuesday, June 15, 2010 at 11 a.m. at the Lackman Library. Ann Ingalls will discuss her new book Little Piano Girl about jazz legend Mary Lou Williams. Williams wrote and arranged music for Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker, and Dizzy Gillespie, and was one of the most powerful women in jazz. Join Ann to hear some music, explore her book and how she wrote it, and learn some jazz improvisation. Ages 6 and up. Register online or call (913)…

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Little Piano Girl Launch Party

Little Piano Girl Launch Party

Celebrating the life of jazz legend Mary Lou Williams, with authors Ann Ingalls and Maryann Macdonald, and live music from Mark Lowrey 2010 is the Centennial of Mary Lou Williams’ birth, and Reading Reptile will host an evening with Ann Ingalls and Maryann Macdonald, co-authors of THE LITTLE PIANO GIRL, the newly released and beautifully illustrated picture book biography commemorating the life of Mary Lou Williams. -Saturday, February 13th, from 6 – 8 pm -Reservations requested: 816.7530441 -Copies available for…

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Ann Ingalls to speak at Plaza Library

Ann Ingalls to speak at Plaza Library

Join us January 29 at the Plaza Library to hear Heartlander Anne Ingalls talk about Little Piano Girl. Ann and her sister, Maryann McDonald, wrote the biography of jazz legend Mary Lou Williams, who had her first public performance at the age of six and went on to write and arrange music for Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker, and Dizzy Gillespie. The talk starts at 7 pm.