Meet May Jernigan, Part 2


May was required to complete an internship as part of her certification in Science Illustration.  As she pondered the possibilities, she thought of JN Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge on Sanibel Island. Her parents own a home on the island where May had spent a lot of time…she fell in love with the area. May reached

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Meet Ospreys in the Outfield Illustrator


With Ospreys in the Outfield coming soon, we'd like to introduce you to May Jernigan, the book's illustrator: May is originally from St. Louis, MO where her parents are both professional musicians with the St. Louis Symphony. She developed a love for music from an early age, but also had a special place in her

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Rusty Reading @ Coral Park Elementary


Our first reading of Rusty the Forgotten Fire Engine in front of a live audience, roughly 80 2nd Graders at Coral Park Elementary, Miami, Fl. on January 25th 2018 Want to schedule a reading at your school?  Contact or send Joe an email from the Contact section of this website.  If we can't do it

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Rusty Reading @ Bayshore Elementary


Joe and Jaye read Rusty the Forgotten Fire Engine to 3rd Graders at Bayshore Elementary North Ft. Myers, FL on November 9th 2018.  Special thanks to Kristen Greco for introducing us to 18 wonderful, smart and engaged students. If you would like to schedule a Rusty reading anywhere in the U.S. contact  If Joe

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Other Children’s Book in the Works


In addition to the Adventures of Rusty the Forgotten Fire Engine, the author is working on another project: Ospreys in the Outfield – A Sanibel Story Ophelia and her mate Oliver fly over Sanibel trying to find a place to nest. After several false starts, they think they have found the perfect spot – the

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Local Book Wins Acclaim


Rusty the Forgotten Fire Engine written by longtime Sanibel residents Joe Fisher and Jaye Boswell has been selected as an Indie Book Worth Discovering by the prestigious Kirkus Reviews. The award recognizes books rated in the top 10% of all indie books reviewed by Kirkus during the year. Rusty the Forgotten Fire Engine follows

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