Stories for Children Magazine

MARK YOUR CALENDARS ... For a September First visit to Stories for Children Magazine and check out what the BUZZ is all about regarding September's FEATURED GUEST!

Go to: http://storiesforchildrenmagazine.org/

First HINT About SFC's MYSTERY FEATURED GUEST for September: This person co-authored a Children's Fiction Story based on a true story for our September issue.

Two more CLUES about our Mysterious Featured Guest:
1) The rest of this person's books are for adults and NOT children. So...what is this person DOING in a children's magazine interview?
2) This person is BELOVED by CHILDREN in a certain area.

TWO MORE HINTS ABOUT SFC'S FEATURED GUEST:

1) This person commanded many planes to land and take off.
2) This person has much to teach children and adults alike.


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Kevin, the Topsy Turvy Illustrator, Hosting His Own Show!

Kevin Scott Collier will star with his son, Jarod, in a new KICKS Club television show now in development for early 2009. The program will be nationally and internationally broadcast on major Christian networks. "KICKS Club" is broadcast on cable networks Daystar, Golden Eagle, TCT, KTV, God's Learning Channel, WTVE TV, Lamb Broadcasting, CTN48 - Knoxville, and SuperChannel.

Tentatively titled "Drawing for Kicks," the educational art of illustration program will begin shooting this fall at Studio 85 in Sunsbury, Ohio. Segments will also be shot in the Collier's hometown of Grand Haven, as well as other western Michigan locations. 26 episodes are initially planned. The program is targeted to debut in the Spring of 2009. Leading up to their program's debut, the Colliers will be making frequent guest appearances on "KICKS Club" beginning this fall.

How exciting! And Kevin has already invited me to appear on the TV show sometime in the future. Won't that be fun! Stay tuned for more updates! Visit the KICKS Club homepage. View Elmer/Kicks Club videos online.

Coloring Page of Dotty and Keela


Dotty has lots of friends in Topsy Turvy Land. Can you tell me what's different about this toucan that Kevin drew? *Hint - look at his bill!

Click
here to see 'regular' toucans.

*Click on the picture, then print! It will print out full size ready to be colored. If that doesn't work with your printer, right click on the picture, and then 'save picture as...' and then you can print it out using your photo program.

Topsy Turvy Land