Purple Dragonfly
Award Winner!

"In addition to being a fun read, this story does what so much fine literature does--helps us to see that we are not alone"  
MM.
   Amazon reviewer 

What's a girl to do?
Plenty.
 

Beatrice thinks she has no talent, but that doesn't stop her from auditioning for the annual middle school play.  Easy! Except Michiko, a new girl from Japan, shows up and ruins everything.
So begins Beatrice's humorous and diabolical plan to scare away Michiko.  But Michiko has goals of her own with no plans to leave soon.  Then there's that "other" girl, Bumbling Bea, who is such a blabbermouth.
 What's a girl to do?  
This is the official website of the humorous 
middle grade novel, Bumbling Bea.
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Events:
 
We've been very, very busy lately and continue to "Bea" so.                                                          Check out what's been happening.
 
  1. Excellence in Education Award
    Deborah was surprised with an "Excellence in Education" award from her school system, St. Vrain Public Schools. She was acknowledged for her innovative drama curriculum, dedication to her students and the quality of her direction of 18 musicals over six years with the district.
  2. Litpick Article on Drama Education
    Deborah was requested to author several articles concerning the importance of drama education. Look for her article on the Litpick Facebook page beginning April 23, 2016.
  3. Purple Dragonfly Award
    11/22/2016
    We're very excited to announce that Bumbling Bea won a national award for "Excellence in Writing and Publishing" in the annual competition of the Purple Dragonfly.
  4. Apex Homeschool Enrichment Program Book Talk
    1/2016, 5/2016
    Deborah will speak about the process of writing Bumbling Bea and indie publishing. 50 Language Arts students enrolled in Fantasy Novel writing at Apex Homeschool Enrichment Program in Fredrick, Boulder and Longmont, Colorado will have an opportunity to ask questions of Ms. Baldwin and have their Bumbling Bea book signed.
  5. Litpick Interview x 2!
    Deborah is interviewed a second time at Litpick.com, a student book review website. Check out the interview at: http://www.litpick.com/author/deborah-baldwin