Anna M Lewis
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Thank you for visiting.Author of WOMEN OF STEEL AND STONE: 22 Inspiring Architects, Engineers, and Landscape Designers (Chicago Review Press January 2014), CITY DOODLES - CHICAGO (Gibbs-Smith 2013), and several children's magazines. Read More About Me
Who am I?
What have I created?
Inspiring creativity, one child at a time. The ideas of all students are the future of our world. They have the power to create great things.As an author, I encourage students to think creatively. Cartooning, Kids Got Game, and Monster Imaginations are just a few of the classes I teach at schools, libraries, and park districts through my company, Ideasplash.
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Where To Buy My Books
- Women of Steel and Stone/Independent Publishers Group
- Women of Steel and Stone/Amazon
- Women of Steel and Stone/B&N
- City Doodles - Chicago/Gibbs Smith
- City Doodles - Chicago/Amazon
Links to Writing
This month, joined by The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, we honor the achievements that women have made to our world—nature and the planet. As explained in the Women’s History Month website: […]
This weekend I’m headed back to my hometown to attend Books By the Banks, a fabulous event with over 140 authors—many who have Cincinnati connections. I will be signing copies of my young adult nonfiction book, Women of Steel and Stone: 22 Inspirational Architects, Engineers, and Landscape Designers. While writing the book, I was surprised […]
This week, I went back to high school. I was part of a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) panel for career day. The other two members on the panel were nuclear engineers, having just graduated from college last year. We had seven sessions, so I listened to their presentation seven times. And, I still […]