Deborah L. Malone

The sunflower in this story was inspired by a real life event in which shortly after her Mom, Gloria, passed away, Deborah’s niece had a beautiful sunflower float past her while swimming at the beach in southern California.  Deborah’s Mom absolutely loved sunflowers.  Not only did Deborah and the family believe this was a God wink, but Deborah knew she would someday include the sunflower in her book for everyone to enjoy.


Deborah was born and raised in Whittier, California. She has lived with her husband in Prescott, Arizona for the past 23 years. They have two sons and a daughter-in-law. She has been so blessed to have taught preschool for the past 17 years and is very passionate about early literacy and fostering a love of reading in young children. Ms. Malone has long dreamt of writing a children’s book of her own and is excited to share it with you.

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Deborah L. Malone


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Doing What I Otter

Deborah L. Malone

Oliver is a spunky sea otter who loves collecting “treasures” and spends all of his time doing just that. Until one day when his kelp bed is so full of his things that there is no place for him and his family.

Oliver soon learns that his time is much better spent on those he loves, who can love him back. He grows to realize the importance of friendship, and that in order to have friends, you must first be one yourself.


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