Cameron-area author of When We All Get Together, Bradley is a retired elementary teacher, who has also worked for the Ontario Science Centre. In 1994, she was awarded the William C. McMaster Award from Scholastic Canada for her essay about children’s literature.
When We All Get Together was the 2022 silver medal winner of the Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards.
“I found out about it [awards] through one of my writer’s groups and decided to submit it with no idea it would even be accepted, never mind win an award … I would have been pleased to get an honourable mention,” said Bradley. “Getting to the podium shows me that it was a worthwhile endeavour.”https://www.thepeterboroughexaminer.com/local-kawartha-lakes/news/2022/11/04/kawartha-lakes-author-wins-silver-medal-for-children-s-book.html
We Both Speak English But… (forthcoming)
When We All Get Together (2021)
Don’t Wait for Your Ship to Come In – Throw it a line and drag it to shore! (2006)
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