Sandy Green is a poet and children’s author whose work has appeared in numerous publications. Her writing for children has been published in Chicken Soup for the Child’s Soul, Fandangle, Kidvisions, The Savvy Click, Stories for Children, and Highlights for Children. Her poetry has been published in Poesia, Anderbo, Bitter Oleander, Flashquake, Pear Noir, Joyful!, Houston Literary Review, Hanging Moss Journal, Moon Drenched Fables, Live Oak Review, Sotto Voce, Tipton Poetry Journal, Fairfax Connection, Flutter, Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Stone’s Throw Magazine, 1,000 Pieces of Peace, U.S. 1 Worksheets, Monongahela Review, Ibbetson Street, Victorian Violet Press, Foundling Review, Grey Sparrow Journal, and Writers’ Bloc (Rutgers). Her debut poetry chapbook, Pacing the Moon, is now available. She was a 2008 nominee for Best of the Net and won Honorable Mention in Robert Lee Brewer’s 2008 Poetic Asides Chapbook Contest.
Sandy lived in Germany for a short time, earned a BFA in dance from Florida State University, trained as a classical ballet dancer, and taught and choreographed for several years. In addition to writing, she enjoys volunteering at the local elementary school library. She resides in northern Virginia with her husband, two children, and cats.
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The Tide Changers
by Sandy Green
Ford's feared the ocean since his dad disappeared 3 years ago diving near Cape Lore, NJ. Ford's older brother Jag is a swim champ, and his younger sister Mercedes has a mystical connection with the water. So why does he sink like a rock when he tries to swim? When Jag swims to the disappearing island and nearly drowns, Ford and Mercy must help him. That's when Ford discovers an amazing secret.
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