Susan Chodakiewitz is a writer, composer and producer. She is the founder of Booksicals Children’s Books- Encouraging the love of reading through the arts and the author of four children’s books. She lives in Los Angeles in a lively household filled with music, three sons, a husband, a Dalmatian and lots of visitors. Susan loves picture books and when she wrote a musical based on one of her favorites she realized it was time to start writing her own picture books. Susan is the author of Too Many Visitors for One Little House, Mr. Snoozle’s Exquisite Eggs, Wobegon and Mildred, and Master Davey and the Magic Tea House. If you happen to see Susan sitting in the children’s section of the library reading picture books with a big smile on her face, do say hello.
With a sense of humor and identification to the characters, Veronica Walsh created the illustrations for Too Many Visitors for One Little House and the sequel Mr. Snoozle’s Exquisite Eggs. Veronica studied art and design at California State University, Long Beach, and worked as a graphic designer for many years. She lives in Southern California with her husband and three cats.
Meir Chodakiewitz is the business development and creative consultant for Booksicals in everything from story, music, film, production and projects. He also produces Booksicals’ sound tracks and book trailers. As a UCLA graduate with a B.A. in anthropology combined with a diverse background and experience in music, film, art, design, and martial arts, Meir is the go-to-guy for OUT-OF-THE-BOX ideas.
Phyllis Zimbler Miller is the marketing consultant for Booksicals. Phyllis is the co-founder of Miller Mosaic, LLC, which consults with companies and individuals on how to effectively use Internet marketing and social networking (Twitter, Facebook, etc.) to promote projects online. She is also the author of fiction and nonfiction books on Amazon at www.ZimblerMillerbooks.com
Yael K. Miller is the webmaster for Booksicals and the co-founder of Miller Mosaic, LLC. She is also the author of the Middle Grade supernatural novel JACK STROM AND NEW ORLEANS HOODOO and works in web development.
Meet the talented people in the Booksicals Repertory Company who bring to life the characters of TOO MANY VISITORS FOR ONE LITTLE HOUSE.