Dicy McCullough's Books
Dicy McCullough is a retired teacher who has found life after teaching through writing children's books and a human interest column for her local newspaper, The Salisbury Post. Dicy holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Education from Gardner-Webb University, Boiling Springs, N.C., and a Master of Education Degree from the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Charlotte, NC. In 2011 she was inducted into the Gallery of Distinguished Alumni at Gardner-Webb University.
Her books Tired of My Bath, Tired of School and Tired of Being Different can be found on Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble and www.dicymcculloughbooks.com
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Facebook bookpage: Facebook/Tired of My Bath
Check out www.ansoncountywritersclub.org
It's a cool website that showcases the writers' conference in Wadesboro, NC April 14th. Dicy will be one of the session leaders.
Here's an example of taking my books to the streets.
The book, Tired of My Bath, is the first book in the John Allen series. John Allen is a little boy who is tired of many things. In this book, he is tired of his bath but soon realizes taking a bath can be fun. Louie, John Allen's cute little dog stays with him throughout his ordeal. Written in rhythm and rhyme, Tired of My Bath is perfect for emerging and reluctant readers, but even older children like the story because it's funny.
Tired of School is Dicy's second book and introduces new characters with a little more complex storyline than the first book, Tired of My Bath. The main character, John Allen, is tired of school but soon realizes school can be fun when he learns new things and meets a special friend. This book, like Tired of My Bath, is also written in rhythm and rhyme perfect for emerging and reluctant readers.
Tired of Being Different is Dicy McCullough's third children's book with John Allen as the main character. In Tired of Being Different, John Allen adopts three puppies with one of them being different. In the end everyone realizes being different is okay. All Dogs Great and Small, a local dog rescue shelter contributes to the story. Check out their website at www.helpsavedogs.com. You can email Dicy at firstname.lastname@example.org