BaltimoreSun.com: Jonathon Scott Fuqua perseveres as prolific (dyslexic) author, gifted (colorblind) illustrator

Excerpt: “Fuqua is color-blind and can’t distinguish between red and green. So he became a children’s book artist who in one illustration might use seven different shades of red and 13 minute variations of green. He’s dyslexic, which means his brain jumbles the order in which he sees letters on a page, making it as difficult to discern meanings as if the words were written in Cyrillic. So he chose a career that consists of nothing but arranging letters in their proper order. His 16th work of fiction, a Gothic thriller for teens, will be published in March.” Read...

Calvert the Raven in the Battle of Baltimore: Flying through History Reviewed By Lois Henderson of Bookpleasures.com

Excerpt: “The nicest thing about what Daniel experiences here is that any child can relive the experiences of those who have endured to victory in the past, while becoming aware of the indominitable spirit of the human race—all that it really requires is having the capacity to read, or to listen, to stories that are told in a lively and informative manner, as one is in Calvert the Raven in the Battle of Baltimore: Flying through History.” For the full review, click here: bookpleasures.com...

Calvert the Raven in the Battle of Baltimore Children’s Book Review and Giveaway on My OKC Mommy

Excerpt: “Calvert the Raven is so funny. When Calvert and Daniel talk, it sounds like two friends talking and kind of goofing with each other.  Calvert the Raven calling his bud, “dude” shows that he is just being friendly to the kid.  Calvert takes Daniel on a magical trip to teach him that history is not boring, and even made history a little more interesting for me too!!!” For the full review & giveaway, click here:...