Books by Karen Scheuer

I Know Something You Don’t Know

I Know Something You Don’t Know!

Former teacher Karen Scheuer wrote her fun interactive book with a guessing game in mind, designed especially for preschool and elementary-aged school children.

When shown only part of an illustration, kids will delight in guessing the object pictured on the page. The author/illustrator provides a glimpse of an object or animal, with the text leading readers to believe it’s something that it’s not. Each page then ends with the phrase, “But I know something you don’t know…”

When the page is turned, the entire item or animal is revealed, and children will see if their prediction was correct.

The book was originally penned when the author attended a “future teachers” class while in high school, when she was 17. It was written with markers, illustrated with crayons, and put together with contact paper and wallpaper.

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Author Bio:

Karen Scheuer grew up in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, married her high school sweetheart, and then moved to Newtown, the next town over. Married for 34 years, the couple has two adult children, Danae and Tyler. The author taught elementary school for 26 years, retiring in 2016. She enjoys reading, traveling, and trying new restaurants. She is presently an adjunct professor, a calligrapher, a health and wellness consultant, and she visits schools, reading and discussing her first book about bullying, A Bug and a Wish.


A Bug and a Wish

The wonderful story A Bug and a Wish tackles the topic of bullying.

Karen Scheuer is a first-time author and a teacher who encourages her students to use her book’s advice in various school situations. “In the years I have been teaching,” she says, “teasing and bullying have increased. I felt that the ‘bug and a wish’ concept would make a great children’s book for teachers to use in their classrooms.”

In this wonderfully illustrated tale, a little boy named Tyler is teased by the other boys. His good friend, Danae, encourages him to give the boys A Bug and a Wish. What could she possibly mean? When Tyler finds a ladybug and a dandelion seed, he thinks this is what Danae was talking about. As Danae helps Tyler learn the true meaning of her advice, Tyler finally understands the solution to his problem and hopes there will be NO MORE BULLYING!

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