Camille Blue Amy
Camille Blue Amy is from Kentucky and spends her winters in Punta Gorda, Florida and summers in Portland, Ontario. She and her husband, John, are the parents of three grown children and have three grandchildren. She has been writing since she was 70 years old and had two books completed and published. Previously, she was an art dealer and gallery owner. She enjoys golf, boating, stained glass and painting and writing children's books.
Her first book is Marshall and his green high-tops illustrated by Lorena Pugh and her second is Fish Faces was in collaboration with Dr. Brian Ardel, M.D. and underwater photographer.
Marshall and his green high-tops
Marshall and his green high-tops is the story of sweet little Marshall Mouse who lives with his doting parents Mortimer and Mabel and uncles Grant and David. Marshall longs to wear green high-top sneakers just like humans do to protect their feet. With those special shoes, Marshall believes he will be better at his favorite game of baseball. Uncle Grant warns that mice don’t wear shoes, but then the kindly uncle becomes part of the family plan to make the shoes a birthday surprise for Marshall. Will the shoes help Marshall improve his game or will his uncle’s words prove true?
Fish Faces is a collection on underwater photography with opposing pages that rhyme for children.