There Are No Buffalo in Buffalo
There Are No Buffalo In Buffalo is an award winning book of poems for middle-grade students or anyone who likes poetry. It received first prize in the 2013 Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Awards in the middle-grade category. Arranged alphabetically, each of the book's seventy-eight poems is about a different place in New York State. Twenty-six color collage illustrations help to make this a one of a kind journey where geography, history, and whimsy meet. Learning should always be this much fun.
About Sally Valentine (Rochester, New York Author)
Sally Valentine is a native Rochesterian, who has been both a student and a teacher in the Rochester City School District. After teaching math for 25 years, she is now off on a tangent of writing. Her love for kids, books, and Rochester led her to write a series of novels for intermediate grade kids which are each set in a different Rochester landmark. The titles thus far are The Ghost of the Charlotte Lighthouse, Theft at George Eastman House, What Stinks? An Adventure in Highland Park, Lost at Seabreeze, and STORMED. She loves to do school visits.
Sally is also the author of an award winning book of poems entitled There Are No Buffalo in Buffalo. Her latest book is Martha the Hairpreneur, the true story of a Rochester woman who turned $60, a formula for hair tonic, and her own floor-length hair into an empire of 500 salons worldwide. Sally feels blessed to be a part of the rich Rochester writing community. You may contact her through her website at www.RochesterAuthor.com.