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Born in California and raised in Virginia, Beth W. Roberts graduated from Davidson College and received an MA in English from the University of Richmond. Having worked as an English teacher and literacy tutor for over two decades, she now devotes herself to writing, parenting, and volunteering at the local schools. She has published three children's books, The Christmas Spider (2015), Albert (2017), and most recently, Be a Smile Maker (2020). The Christmas Spider weaves the tale of the nativity story from the perspective of an unlikely arachnid hero. Albert, the story of a cookie-bestowing mouse with included family recipes, won 1st places in the 2019 Royal Dragonfly Awards for both children's book illustrations and for children's activity books. In Roberts' newest work, Be A Smile Maker, she partners with the talented jeweler and illustrator Kate Furman to bring smiles to the world. Mrs. Roberts, who now lives in the mountains of North Carolina with her husband and three children, is passionate about supporting her local community, the importance of early literacy, the wonders of the Shakespeare stage, snow days, swimming, soccer, Christmas movies, baking cakes and cookies, and family time.

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Be A Smile Maker
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Overview


Be a Smile Maker is a story about the universality of the power of smiles, through times of trial and triumph. Through pen-and-ink illustrations and a whimsical rhyme, the story sheds light on the common language of smiling that binds us all, the diverse aspects of the dental profession, as well as every person's ability, no matter how big or small, to be a maker of smiles.

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Be a Smile Maker is a story about the universality of smiling through times of trial and triumph. Through pen-and-ink illustrations and a whimsical rhyme, the story sheds light on the common language of smiling that binds us all, the diverse aspects of the dental profession, as well as every person's ability, no matter how big or small, to be a maker of smiles.
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Overview


Be a Smile Maker is a story about the universality of the power of smiles, through times of trial and triumph. Through pen-and-ink illustrations and a whimsical rhyme, the story sheds light on the common language of smiling that binds us all, the diverse aspects of the dental profession, as well as every person's ability, no matter how big or small, to be a maker of smiles.

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Description


Be a Smile Maker is a story about the universality of smiling through times of trial and triumph. Through pen-and-ink illustrations and a whimsical rhyme, the story sheds light on the common language of smiling that binds us all, the diverse aspects of the dental profession, as well as every person's ability, no matter how big or small, to be a maker of smiles.

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Book details

Genre:JUVENILE FICTION

Subgenre:Concepts / Body

Language:English

Pages:38

Format:Hardcover

Hardcover ISBN:9781098350109


Overview


Be a Smile Maker is a story about the universality of the power of smiles, through times of trial and triumph. Through pen-and-ink illustrations and a whimsical rhyme, the story sheds light on the common language of smiling that binds us all, the diverse aspects of the dental profession, as well as every person's ability, no matter how big or small, to be a maker of smiles.

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Description


Be a Smile Maker is a story about the universality of smiling through times of trial and triumph. Through pen-and-ink illustrations and a whimsical rhyme, the story sheds light on the common language of smiling that binds us all, the diverse aspects of the dental profession, as well as every person's ability, no matter how big or small, to be a maker of smiles.

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About the author


Born in California and raised in Virginia, Beth W. Roberts graduated from Davidson College and received an MA in English from the University of Richmond. Having worked as an English teacher and literacy tutor for over two decades, she now devotes herself to writing, parenting, and volunteering at the local schools. She has published three children's books, The Christmas Spider (2015), Albert (2017), and most recently, Be a Smile Maker (2020). The Christmas Spider weaves the tale of the nativity story from the perspective of an unlikely arachnid hero. Albert, the story of a cookie-bestowing mouse with included family recipes, won 1st places in the 2019 Royal Dragonfly Awards for both children's book illustrations and for children's activity books. In Roberts' newest work, Be A Smile Maker, she partners with the talented jeweler and illustrator Kate Furman to bring smiles to the world. Mrs. Roberts, who now lives in the mountains of North Carolina with her husband and three children, is passionate about supporting her local community, the importance of early literacy, the wonders of the Shakespeare stage, snow days, swimming, soccer, Christmas movies, baking cakes and cookies, and family time.

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