Stacy Einfalt is a self published children's book author/illustrator. Growing up, she seen how her older brother was bullied and the effects it had on his confidence and self esteem. Seeing how he struggled, inspired her to create stories that focus on different issues that deal with bullying. Stacy tries to bring across a positive message through her stories that teach children how important it is for everyone to treat others with kindness, respect, and empathy. Her stories also teach kids to love themselves and to be proud of who they are. When it comes to the illustrations, Stacy is kind of old school, drawing and coloring all of them by hand. She has previously self-published five other children's books. She has been a guest signer several times with Nora Roberts at Turn The Page Bookstore in Boonsboro, MD. She has been featured in magazines and on TV in the Hagerstown, MD, and Washington, DC areas. Stacy was awarded the 2014 Tribute To Working Women Award, sponsored by the WJLA News Station and Toyota, for spreading a positive message through her first story, THE HORSE THAT LOOKED DIFFERENT, to children at schools around her community.