INCREDIBLE DOG INSPIRES AUTHOR -- Leda Schubert, the author of the Winnie books, travelled to Lunenburg on Jan. 4 to meet with students and staff. Above, she is showing an image of Winnie, who was "the most incredible dog," even when Winnie was a puppy of 6 weeks old. Schubert talked about her fascination with Winnie and the process of observing her dog and taking notes, and then how that observation moved into the writing of books that would be enjoyed by children. She then read "Monsieur Marceau," the book she has written about the legendary mime. Schubert was the guest of Lunenburg School through the Children's Literacy Foundation (CLiF) Grant.
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