Donna Marie Seim
The love of children and children's literature has played an integral role in Donna Seim's life. In her first book, Fifty Cents an Hour, Donna tells her hilarious childhood stories from growing up in a large Irish Catholic family.
Donna's first picture book, Where is Simon, Sandy?, set in the Caribbean, is an award-winning story of a little donkey that wouldn't quit.
Hurricane Mia! A Caribbean Adventure, is Donna's first novel for middle grade readers.
Satchi and Little Star, Donna's second picture book, set on the island of Grand Turk in the Turks and Caicos, is the story of a young girl who tries to catch and tame a wild horse!
Charley, the story of an orphaned city boy from Boston who sings his way into a dairy farming family in the heartland of rural Maine.
When Donna is not in the Caribbean, she lives in Newbury, Massachusetts, with her husband and her dog, Rags.
Donna is a graduate of Ohio State University, and holds a master's degree in Special Education from Lesley University.