Kiki magazine cover "Small Talk - It's a Big Deal"
Kiki Apr/May 2013
Kiki Magazine cover Dec/Jan 2013
"Grandparents Rock",
Kiki Dec/Jan 2013
Kiki magazine cover "Why Socks?"
Kiki Oct/Nov 2012
Face Up Cover
"Why Bother",
Face Up Summer 2012
Parent Life September 2011
"Those Hands",
Parent Life September 2011
Kiki Magazine September 2011
"Button It Up",
Kiki September 2011
Kiki magazine cover

"Why Is It So Hard to Say Thank You?"
Kiki Summer 2011

Sprinkles magazine cover

"The Smart Holiday Shopping Guide" (for parents)
Sprinkles December 2010

Cover Kiki Winter 2010
"Organize Your Locker and Change Your Life"
"Pick Your Choose-Making a Choice at the Fork in the Road"
Kiki Fall 2010
Cover Kiki Winter 2010
"Organize Your Undies and Change Your Life"
Kiki Winter 2010
Cover Kiki Summer 2010

"Organize Your Pool Bag"
Kiki Summer 2010

Kiki magazine’s ‘readers’ super summer survey’ chose this piece, ‘Organize Your Pool Bag’, as their favorite summer mini-mag feature.

Cover Listen Oct 1993
"Pump Up For Test Time"
Listen Oct 1993
Cover Youth 97 Apr 1997
"Talks To Your Parents About Serious Stuff"
Youth 97 Apr 1997


Activity “Pat Your Tummy” published in Highlights High Five
cover of High Five February 2018

Article “Making Sense of Scent” published in Nature Friend
cover of Nature Friend January 2017


To catch my Author Appearance on Channel 7’s Suncoast View Click here!

Gail in channel 7 studio

Terrific Book Signing

Gail at Bookstore 1 Sarasota


“…The Scent of Something Sneaky is a top recommendation for pre-teens and teens looking for a leisure read that's action-packed and vivid.”-- Midwest Book Reviews

“…a good adventure that not only dwells on the intriguing mystery at hand, but also on the characters themselves.” – Readers’ Favorite 5-Star Rating

And, for Stinks!---August 7, 2015 “STEM Can Be Fiction, Too”

“...the type of book that is likely to inspire readers who might otherwise avoid STEM to give it a chance because it reveals how science can have important real-world applications.” STEM Friday

More reviews in Recognitions

Selection as a 2014 Outstanding Science Trade Book has helped Something Stinks!

Something Stinks cover

continue to be discovered.

And, finally...

I’ve traveled from Virginia to Orlando to Olympia, Washington talking to kids about writing and science.

Teachers say Stinks! "will help me show my students science isn’t just a subject we learn…it’s a way of life!" And, "your book…we are using in conjunction with an end of the year STEM project on filtration and pollution."

Gail in the classroom

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