Sally Meadows is an award-winning Canadian author, singer-songwriter, speaker, and visual artist. Sally writes in a variety of genres including children's books, short stories, and journal articles. She has released two CDs (Turn the Page, Red & White) and a single ("Holy Spirit"). Her children's books, photography, and home decor reflect her love of wildlife and nature.
Sally has travelled extensively speaking to elementary school children about subjects she is passionate about, such as the inclusion of students on the autism spectrum as referenced to her picture book The Two Trees. She is also an advocate of increasing science literacy, especially amongst students who have historically been under-represented (girls, Indigenous, differently abled) in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields. Her three newest books, When Sleeping Birds Fly: 365 Amazing Facts About The Animal Kingdom, The Underdog Duckling, and When Crocodiles Cry: 365 More Amazing Facts About The Animal Kingdom, all support awareness of and making connections with wildlife and nature.
A former teacher, Sally has also created and delivered hands-on workshops in various topics such as songwriting, productivity for writers, and the business of being a writer.
print, radio, and online Interviews
Article "Read My Book: When Crocodiles Cry: 365 More Amazing Facts About The Animal Kingdom." Click here to read.
Article "Saskatoon Author Wins National Writing Award," published in The Saskatoon StarPhoenix and written by Darlene Polachic. Click here to read.
Article "Read My Book: The Underdog Duckling," published in the Saskatoon StarPhoenix and Regina Leader-Post, September 7. Click here to read.
Radio Interview with author/radio host Ron Hughes (Ontario, Canada). The interview focuses on my book When Sleeping Birds Fly: 365 Amazing Facts About The Animal Kingdom. Click here to listen to the interview.
Article "Read My Book: When Sleeping Birds Fly: 365 Amazing Facts About The Animal Kingdom," published in the Saskatoon StarPhoenix and Regina Leader-Post, July 20. Click here to read.
Blog interview with author Lynne Collier (Ontario, Canada). This Q & A session focusses on Kingdom purpose" and gives details about the author reading program I do (which includes a discussion and hands-on activities as well as the reading) with my book The Two Trees. Click here to read.
Blog interview with Canadian author Kathleen Friesen. This interview focuses on my children's picture book Beneath That Star. Click hear to read it.
Radio interview with host and author Ron Hughes on HopeStreamRadio (http://hopestreamradio.com/). The interview focusses mainly on my children's Christmas book Beneath That Star. Click here to listen.