Young Bold And Physics (Author Interview)

Young Bold and Physics looks like an exciting children’s book. Can you tell us a little about?

Thank you so much! Yes, I would love to!  Young Bold and Physics is a fun and interactive book that uses poems and stories to make it easier for children to comprehend basic physics concepts. By formatting physics concepts as poems and stories it makes science concepts less daunting for those who are discouraged from learning physics because of the mathematical part. This book combines all core subject’s such as English, math and science all in one. I wanted to show students how all core topics correlate. There are recall questions at the end of each story that help students with their reading comprehension.

Any plans to turn it into a series?

Absolutely! I am currently working on two other books that will complete the book series.

What age group is the book for?

This book is for ages 9 through 13.

How were the illustrations done in Young Bold and Physics?

I personally drew and colored the illustrations. For the next books I plan to have all the pictures vectorized.

What inspired you when writing Young Bold and Physics?

My students and love of science inspired me to write Young Bold and Physics. My desire to use my creativity to help others learn the basics of physics in a non-traditional manner inspired me also to write this book.

What will readers get out of your book?

My hope is that readers become excited about science and encourage students to learn about physics more in-depth. I want children to be able to connect thinking critically and creatively at the same time. I also would like both parents and children to learn physics together which will make this subject less daunting for both parties.

What part of the book was the most fun to write?

I enjoyed the process of writing the book and creating all the characters.

What was the hardest scene/ section to write?

There really wasn’t a difficult scene to write. The most difficult process for me was coloring the characters.  

What do you like to do when not writing?

When I am not writing, I enjoy reading, learning new skills, spending time with family and friends, helping others, being out in nature, traveling, trying new foods, and thinking about creating solutions to today’s problems.

Where can readers find out more about your work?

Readers can find more about my work at http://   Thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to interview me. I truly appreciate it.