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About bebe

I’m a children book author and former children’s book editor (Random House and Simon & Schuster). SAVING EMMA is my first picture book. It’s about a young boy visiting an apothecary and getting medicine for his sick sister in 1798. I like history so it was fun to write. I’ve published three other books and am now working on an adult novel. It’s a painful process, for I never really kn... More
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1. Saving Emma (Paperback)
    Author: Bebe Willoughby
    Illustrator: Bobbie Dacus
    Publisher: King Street Books
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Comment by Michael Sullivan on 9/24/2008 at 12:44 PM:
Congratz on Saving Emma and good luck on your novel - I'd be glad to give it a read and give you some feedback
Comment by April Fritz on 6/17/2008 at 11:06 PM:
Hi Bebe,
I think that many years ago we met for lunch in NYC when you were editing for Walker and Company. You liked my work, but somehow we lost touch. Thanks for the encouragement you gave to me. I continue to write and my two published YA novels are "Waiting To Disappear" and "Praying at the... more
Comment by Deanna Enos on 11/17/2007 at 5:59 PM:
Hi Bebe, I know exactly how you feel. I have a grandson, who does not want to go on to school either. He has a job in the building trades. He's a great kid and I know he'll do fine. After 12 years of the present school process, it is no wonder some young people want a break. It's difficult when... more
Comment by Deanna Enos on 11/15/2007 at 10:10 AM:
I have been thinking about your daughter. How is she doing?
Comment by Deanna Enos on 11/5/2007 at 7:27 PM:
Bebe, You daughter will do fine just as soon as she realizes that she has many abilities that were not being measured. all her life so far. She must decide just what she wants and how she will get there. There is a way. The book I wrote was for middle grade students, but arguably for adults as we... more
Comment by Deanna Enos on 10/31/2007 at 10:09 AM:
My book is for children with test anxiety. It was written because I was so concerned about the NCLB Act and how it is making our schools testing environments. Will you be a friend?
Comment by Eric Hammond on 10/18/2007 at 10:10 AM:
Hi Bebe, & Welcome to JacketFlap.

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