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Dana Lehman visits an elementary school to share life lessons through her Walnut Grove children's book series
Dana Lehman is a proud 3-time winner of the Mom's Choice Award for her children's book authorship

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DISTINGUISED HONOREE

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A wooden sign showcasing the accomplishments of Dana Lehman

Your letters mean so much to me!

Thank you for coming to our school and taking time to answer our questions. My favorite part of Walnut Grove is when Bucky called Sammy raccoon eyes. That was a mean thing to say but Bucky learned his lesson when he was the only one not swimming. The lesson I learned was…don’t tease people or they will tease you back. 
My favorite part of I DOUBLE Dare You was when Silly and Sassy started a stick fight. That was very DANGEROUS! The lesson in that story was to take responsibility for your actions.

From, Sheila - Mrs. Pelczarski’s 3rd grade class - Peck Elementary

Your letters mean so much to me!

Thank you for letting me know about teasing. I liked when you say the water is deep. I hope kids learn about teasing and never tease anyone.

Thanks again, Chanel - 2nd grader-Warren Consolidated

Your letters mean so much to me!

It was the best book that I read. Thank you Mrs. Lehman for teaching me a lesson. I will not tease anyone. I hope you write more books because I need to learn more about it. Bucky learned his lesson by teasing Sammy.

From, Lesley-3rd Grader - Peck Elementary

Your letters mean so much to me!

Thank you for taking time to answer our questions. My favorite book is I DOUBLE Dare You. I like it because you can learn a lesson. I like Adventures at Walnut Grove because you learn not to make fun of people.

Sincerely, Jeremy -  2nd grader - Jefferson Elementary

Your letters mean so much to me!

Thank you for your time and effort for writing books. You are a role model because you write good learning books. Thank you for answering my question. You are bucket filler. You have a good mother-in-law because she draws beautiful pictures.

 

Sincerely, Meta F. - Mrs. Pelczarski’s 3rd grade class - Peck Elementary

 

P.S. I love your books!

Your letters mean so much to me!

Thank you! Your books are awesome. The lesson I learned is to never follow your friends, and not to tease anybody. My favorite part of I DOUBLE Dare You is when Woody saves Bucky. I really like your books!

 

From, Alex Hayton - Mrs. Pelczarski’s 3rd grade class - Peck Elementary

Your letters mean so much to me!

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to interview you. This is the first interview with a real author for our second grade class. We enjoyed reading Adventures at Walnut Grove and I DOUBLE Dare You!  We liked hearing how you named your characters and how you made Sammy unique by giving him raccoon eyes. It is interesting that your books are about learning lessons because we need to learn lessons too.

 

Please let your mother-in-law know how much we enjoyed her illustrations. The drawings are really well done. We wish we could draw like that. You are lucky to have her as your illustrator. We look forward to reading the sequel to I DOUBLE Dare You! We want to find out what happens to Silly and Sassy at Walnut Grove during the rest of their vacation.

 

Sincerely, Debbie Tomich and her second grade class at Ardmore