Who is on the plum tree?
Over the next few days, I will be introducing you to new members of the Youth-Tube team. Tonia Marie Harris has just joined us filling the role as Assistant Project Coordinator.
Tonia is a mother, writer, poet, bookworm, and blogger who declares herself to be a procrastinator in her spare time. When she’s not chasing her three spider monkeys, she spends her time revising a YA novel about life after death and second chances. She tells me that Chocolate is her kryptonite.
Tonia recognises that Youth-Tube is a new enterprise encouraging early literacy and children’s creativity. She joined the project as she was excited that we are offering a safe and constructive environment for children-ages 12 & under, to share art, stories, favorite books, music, etc.
Says Tonia, “We’re proud to announce that our first presentation is in the works. Youth Tube is collaborating with musicians, artists, and children’s authors to produce a Youth-Tube trailer.”
Tonia extends a call to all parents and grandparents! “We would love permission to include your children in our video trailer,” says Tonia. “Please send any questions along with your high-resolution photos of children at play, reading, creating, etc. to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We express our thanks in advance for allowing your children to be part of this extraordinary project.”
I would personally like to thank Tonia. I am delighted that she has joined the team of Youth Tube On the Plum Tree.
I would like to add my thanks to Janet Young Beasley, author of Maycly: The Hidden Earth Series and videographer for Plum Tree Books for undertaking the making of our soon-to-be-launched video; huge thanks also to Jorg Bankowski for providing us with his sunshine music; thank you and big hugs to Marta Pelrine-Bacon for the gorgeous art-work. Marta is our head of Art and will be asking for submissions for children’s art. I will be featuring each of these wonderful talents soon.
Youth Tube | On The Plum Tree