Laurel MacQuarrie was invited to participate at Collins Elementary school in Hillsborough County, as part of the Great American Teach-in on November 16, 2017. This was her first time back in a school in over two years since recovering from her auto accident. She felt great to be surrounded again by a large roomful of … [Read more...]
Our illustrious creator of the The Misadventures of Seefus Slug is back in action after a two-year absence. Laurel was hit from behind in a car accident in 2015 that caused her much pain in her lower back, neck, and shoulders. Barely able to move a computer mouse, let alone perform any extensive … [Read more...]
November 17, 2015 STORY MONSTERS INK's December 2015 issue has run a Feature Story on Laurel's The Misadventures of Seefus Slug series! That is quite an honor for Laurel, as she is competing with a huge pool of other children's books, all vying for a little attention and recognition. The folks at Story Monsters … [Read more...]
That's right and Laurel is hard at work (like Santa) finishing up her new Seefus Christmas story. It's a great story too, as Seefus decides to mail himself to the North Pole and see first-hand what Santa really looks like. Look for it … [Read more...]
Author/Illustrator, Laurel MacQuarrie, will be reading Seefus Learns to Obey at the South Shore Regional Library in Ruskin, located at 15818 Beth Shields Way, on Wednesday, September 30th from 11:00 to 11:30 am.
Come meet … [Read more...]
Late, is an understatement! It's more embarrassing than that!
As an author, illustrator, and hold-it-all-together mom, I often feel seriously overwhelmed, especially when my husband is out-of-town on a long trip. Don't get me wrong, I love what I am doing creating my Seefus Slug series but I usually look like the … [Read more...]
Little Lamb Tales fans might be interested to know that our first book, "Seefus Learns to Obey" is being featured at the Book Expo America at the Javits Center in New York City from May 27th through May 29th. It is our first public exposition and we hope to get some exposure to the more than 10,000 publishers, authors, and … [Read more...]