UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL
The BIG Picture
behind the scenes...
FIRST STOP: 1887
A Vote For Susanna: The First Woman Mayor reveals the true story of what happened in 1887 when a group of men put a woman's name on the ballot as a "prank" to discourage all women from voting--as told to a boy by his grandmother who remembered the incident.
8 MONTHS ON 4 of Amazon's #kidlit HOT NEW RELEASES Lists
(includes pre-order sales through post-launch eligibility)
Ever wonder how historic events really unfolded? So do I! That's why I love putting on my detective hat and searching for clues to hidden heroes of the past.
Forget your GPS. You don't need it where we're going!
GREENWALD MAKES ROLLCALL!
Every year, the Library of Congress Center for the Book features a book from each state and territories, creating an annual list of “Great Reads.” Books are chosen by their state library or LOC affiliate.
A Vote for Susanna, The First Woman Mayor has been chosen by the Kansas Center for the Book to represent Kansas for this list and at
the 2022 National Book Festival of the Library of Congress!
Click HERE for more info.
The State Library of Kansas is proud to name
A Vote for Susanna
as the book
to represent Kansas at
the National Book Festival
-State Librarian Ray Walling
Library of Congress National Book Festival Center For The Book-Great Reads From Great Places Author Panel
CRITICS SPEAK OUT!
A Vote For Susanna: named a 2022 Kansas Notable Book.
The annual selection of 15 books celebrates the best in Kansas writing.
An engaging work of narrative nonfiction that has clear applications in classrooms and school libraries. Recommended
for elementary collections.
Our verdict: GET IT
MAYORS READ SUSANNA
Click HERE for Mayor Hodges' RAA/AVFS TikTok video.
Click HERE for Mayor Hodges' RAA press release re her partnership with Ivy Tech CC to give out 110 copies of
A VOTE FOR SUSANNA to local kids.
Click HERE for Mayor Hodges' TikTok video showing her signing copies of AVFS for her four Read AA events.
Click HERE for Greenwald's Read Across America/women mayors press release.
NBC'S GOOD DAY KANSAS
Video clips-3.17.22 visit by
Good Day, Kansas!
to the Salter House Museum.
KMG inspired this piece!
KSN's (NBC) Emmy-Winning Host,
Good Day, Kansas!
(after interviewing Karen M. Greenwald
on Good Day, Kansas!)
"Her [Salter's] story of unexpected and unprecedented events is told beautifully and in a child friendly way by children’s author, Karen M. Greenwald."
BANTER IN BETHESDA MAGAZINE
Bethesda Magazine March/April 2022
A VOTE FOR SUSANNA
and Karen M. Greenwald
BETHESDA MAGAZINE'S BOOK REPORT
FUNDRAISER TO HELP PRESERVE HISTORY
Want to help preserve a true heroine's history?
Now you can...stylishly!
Check out my Bonfire store,
where 100% of all proceeds go to benefit the
Salter House Museum!