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New Merchandise for the Sassy Writer or Editor

Brand new merchandise, suitable for writers, editors, or lovers of English grammar.

These t-shirts are Gilden unisex ultra cotton tees

  • 100% Cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors)
  • Medium fabric (6.0 oz/yd² (203 g/m²))
  • Classic fit
  • Tear-away label
  • Runs bigger than usual

Purchase a sassy saying t-shirt through my Shopify store at emsapublishing.myshopify.com

Come out to say hi

EMSA Publishing was at the Third Annual Jingle Bell Christmas Market this past Saturday. Thanks so much to Bare Canvas Management for the opportunity.

Cookies and Holly Jolly Christmas Market

The next show is on Saturday, November 26, 2022 at Monsignor Percy Johnson Catholic Secondary School, 2170 Kipling Avenue, Etobicoke, ON M9W 4K9 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. I will be bringing all of my books, Heddy, Harry, and Luna dolls, and a selection of handmade blankets, including two new crocheted designs.

Holiday Market

Hot on the tails of Cookies and Holly Jolly is the Holiday Market at Temple Sinai Synagogue, 210 Wilson Avenue, North York on Sunday, November 27, 2022 from 2 pm to 5 pm.

Come on out for a great assortment of holiday gifts (and in some cases, like my blankets, one-of-a-kind gifts!).

Join in the festivities!

EMSA Publishing is confirmed as a vendor at the Prosserman JCC’s Sweet Week Market. We will be selling a host of books for all ages, crocheted Harry, Heddy, and Luna dolls, and one-of-a-kind comfy cozy blankets to snuggle under while you read books or watch television.

Hope to see you there!

Children’s author donates to Watarrka Foundation

Congratulations to children’s author Jan Lillefjære on the publication of his latest book, Åse and the Honeybees. This marks the fifth children’s picture book Jan has published with EMSA Publishing. Other titles include Tales from Lofoten, The Curious Misadventures of Ase the Bear, Matylda Goes on a Walkabout, and Kakadu. Each of these books follows the adventures of adorable forest animals.

Recently, Jan Lillefjære was featured by the Watarrka Foundation, a non-profit whose goal is to “deliver programs that support a sustainable environment, education, healthy lifestyles and independent livelihoods for Aboriginal communities in the Watarrka region.” Jan has pledged to donate the proceeds from the sales of his books and related merchandise to the foundation, which is both generous and admirable.

To buy any of Jan’s books, please click on the book title in the above post.

Read “Children’s Book Author Generously Donates to the Foundation.

Visit the Watarrka Foundation‘s website to learn more about this excellent charity.

Discover more about author Jan Lillefjære on his website.