Linda Salisbury is a versatile and prolific author writing for both adults and children. Her award-winning children's books―the Bailey Fish Adventure series and Mudd Saves the Earth―have garnered numerous national awards and honors and she is sought-after for school programs and speaking events. And, tapping into her reservoir of humor and understanding of people, she's written the comic Mother's: A novel of hoarding, friending and mischief, and a collection of favorite witty columns in But You Don't Look Funny, which delighted newspaper readers for twenty-two years.
Aside from her books, Salisbury is now a free-lance writer and musician, who enjoys boating, travel, her family and cats. Enjoy her world!
Treasure in Sugar’s Book Barn, book 8 in the Bailey Fish Adventure series, won a silver medal in Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards, pre-teen fiction, 2011. Captain Calliope and the Great Goateenies is a finalist in the 2011 President’s Book Awards, Best Children’s Fiction, Florida Publishers Association with results to be announced in November.