What’s Happened to Eddie’s Tall Tale?

Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen was the featured author critiquing the first page picture prompt submissions on Kathy Temean’s “Writing and Illustrating” blog. My favorite book by Sudipta is “Hampire,” which features clever verse, interesting animal characters, and a great surprise twist ending that makes kids giggle. I was thrilled that “Eddie’s Tall Tale” was selected for review (thanks Kathy!) and even more thrilled by the insightful and encouraging comments written by Sudipta! I’m inserting the link here if you’d like to click over for the details.



About Cathy Ballou Mealey

Children's book author, repped by Liza Fleissig of the Liza Royce Agency. Wife, mother, daughter, sister, alumna, autism advocate, book reviewer. Reach me via email at cmealey@post.harvard.edu or Twitter @catballoumealey
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3 Responses to What’s Happened to Eddie’s Tall Tale?

  1. Julie says:

    I saw those comments and they were fantastic! Isn’t it great to get very comprehensive feedback on your work that you can actually use to make it better?

  2. kathytemean says:


    Thanks for the mention on your blog. It is nice to see Julie’s comment, since I was not sure anyone found the posts like these worth while.


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