From ant to zebra — Local author illustrates the ABCs for a good cause

February 3, 2015

Newcastle resident Dana Sullivan doesn’t always wear bunny rabbit slippers in public, but he will for a gaggle of adorable children.

By Christina Corrales-Toy Author Dana Sullivan reads his book, ‘Kay Kay’s Alphabet Safari’ to a group of children at Bellevue’s University Bookstore on Jan. 22.

By Christina Corrales-Toy
Author Dana Sullivan reads his book, ‘Kay Kay’s Alphabet Safari’ to a group of children at Bellevue’s University Bookstore on Jan. 22.

Sullivan and his floppy-eared footwear made an appearance at Bellevue’s University Bookstore Jan. 22, where the author and illustrator read his newest book, “Kay Kay’s Alphabet Safari,” to a cute, albeit somewhat restless, audience of toddlers.

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AFRICAN ODYSSEY

October 22, 2013

Issaquah author recounts her life on the sub continent

Issaquah resident Roberta Scholdan holds a special affinity for the African continent, a place with an endless supply of her interests in wildlife, ancient civilizations and archaeology.

By Christina Corrales-Toy Issaquah author Roberta Scholdan tells the stories of her travels to the African continent in her book ‘Echoes of my African Heart.’

By Christina Corrales-Toy
Issaquah author Roberta Scholdan tells the stories of her travels to the African continent in her book ‘Echoes of my African Heart.’

She called Kenya home for seven years, beginning in 1990, and during that time she came face-to-face with elephants, experienced the fear of getting stalked by a pride of aggressive lions and met a culture of people that to this day, holds a special place in her heart.

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