C.K.’s latest two books named finalists in 2016 FAPA Awards

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The Castle Across the Street: Prince Jackson Goes to School and The Tremendous Tale of the Terrifying Toynado have been named finalists in the¬†2016¬†Florida Authors and Publishers Association President’s Book Awards.

Placing will be announced and medals awarded on Saturday, August 6th at the FAPA annual awards banquet in Orlando, Florida.

Stay tuned for results!

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C.K. Carter Featured in October 23rd Edition of The Palm Beach Post

The Palm Beach Post featured C.K. in their October 23, 2014 edition.

Click the link below to read the article!

http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/news/local-education/high-school-teacher-ventures-into-world-of-writing/nhn7T/

C.K. Carter, 37, author, mother and teacher, at a reading of her children books, The Castle Across the Street and Silly Dog Gus, Oct. 08, 2014 at the Little Place pre-school in Wellington. Carter is writing Jackson's First Day of School a sequel to her first book. (Bill Ingram / Palm Beach Post)

C.K. Carter, 37, author, mother and teacher, at a reading of her children books, The Castle Across the Street and Silly Dog Gus, Oct. 08, 2014 at the Little Place pre-school in Wellington. Carter is writing Jackson’s First Day of School a sequel to her first book. (Bill Ingram / Palm Beach Post)

C.K. Carter reads her award-winning book, The Castle Across the Street, to students at the Little Place pre-school in Wellington on Oct. 8, 2014. (Bill Ingram / Palm Beach Post)

C.K. Carter reads her award-winning book, The Castle Across the Street, to students at the Little Place pre-school in Wellington on Oct. 8, 2014. (Bill Ingram / Palm Beach Post)

C.K. Carter reads her second book, My Silly Dog Gus,  to students at the Little Place pre-school in Wellington on Oct. 8, 2014. (Bill Ingram / Palm Beach Post)

C.K. Carter reads her second book, My Silly Dog Gus, to students at the Little Place pre-school in Wellington on Oct. 8, 2014. (Bill Ingram / Palm Beach Post)