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Illinois Center for the Book


Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Paige A. Dague  

Pen Name: None

Genre: Fiction

Audience: Children;

Born:


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Illinois Connection

Dague lives in Homewood.

Biographical and Professional Information

Paige A. Dague writes ScribbleBooks with her illustrator husband, James Dague. She is a certified teacher who works full-time as a guidance counselor in a public school. She holds a master's degree in psychology and counseling. Her credentials include: Licensed Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor, and board-eligible National Certified School Counselor. Paige is also a trained volunteer on a county-wide crisis intervention team for school trauma response.


Published Works Expand for more information


Titles At Your Library

ScribbleMonster Takes a Bath
ISBN: 0970640625

The ScribbleBooks Company, Inc.. 2001

ScribbleMonster Takes a Bath contains clever line-art drawings intended to be completed by children ages one and up, thereby introducing young children to the joy of art. Children complete the skeletal illustrations by scribbling over them. The book is also appropriate for older children who will enjoy the story as well as completing the illustrations in greater detail. Written by a professional counselor, the story is about celebrating difference and valuing the qualities that make one special. In the story, ScribbleMonster devises a plan to scare his dad, which involves getting good and dirty. ScribbleMonster is pleased with the outcome of his plan, but is afraid to take a much-needed bath, fearing he will scrub off his unique coloring in the process of getting clean. Activities and age-appropriate questions for discussion and processing are included at the end of the story.

ScribbleMonster and the Crunchy, Crunchy Carrots
ISBN: 0970640609

The ScribbleBooks Company, Inc.. 2001

ScribbleMonster and the Crunchy, Crunchy Carrots contains clever line-art drawings intended to be completed by children ages one and up, thereby introducing them to the joy of art. Children complete the skeletal illustrations by scribbling over them. The book is also appropriate for older children who will enjoy the story as well as completing the illustrations in greater detail. Written by a professional counselor, the story is one of friendship: ScribbleBunny has not been eating his carrots and his eyesight begins to suffer. He is not much fun to play with anymore until his best friend, ScribbleMonster, intervenes. ScribbleMonster works to maintain their friendship by devising a plan to help ScribbleBunny learn to appreciate healthy foods. ScribbleMonster's plan consists of scaring ScribbleBunny into eating his carrots. Activities and age-appropriate questions for discussion and processing are included at the end of the story.

ScribbleMonster and the Broken TV
ISBN: 0970640617

The ScribbleBooks Company, Inc.. 2001

ScribbleMonster and the Broken TV contains clever line-art drawings intended to be completed by children ages one and up, thereby introducing young children to the joy of art. Children complete the skeletal illustrations by scribbling over them. The book is also appropriate for older children who will enjoy the story as well as completing the illustrations in greater detail. The book is written by a professional counselor who uses the story to advocate for limited screen-time for children. In the story, ScribbleMonster is forced to find something to do while the television at his house is being repaired. ScribbleMonster and his friends spend the afternoon engaged in several fun, hands-on activities. When the TV is finally fixed, the friends opt to turn it off and continue playing constructively. Activities and age-appropriate questions for discussion and processing are included at the end of the story.


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