I am pleased to say that Blowing Bubbles was recommended by CM Magazine reveiwer, Linda Ludke, a librarian in London, ON. She stated The bibliotherapeutic text does a very good job of conveying the child’s emotional point of view and also commented on the excellence of Jill Quinn Babcock's...
Pamela Mordecai was born and grew up in Jamaica. A former language arts teacher with a PhD in English, she was for fourteen years editor of the Caribbean Journal of Education. She has for many years contributed to developing curricula for students of African- and Asian-Caribbean heritage in the Caribbean as well as the UK. The author of over thirty books including textbooks, children's books, four collections of poetry and a reference work on Jamaica, her poetry appears in journals worldwide and in major anthologies of Caribbean and African-Canadian literature. Her writing for children is represented in anthologies and textbooks on both sides of the Atlantic. She has a strong interest in promoting the writing of women and has edited ground-breaking anthologies of their writing. She has also written short stories, plays and articles on Caribbean literature and publishing. Her family came to Canada in 1994. She lives in Toronto.