Friday, July 4th • 10 am – 5 pm • Front Lobby Inside the UFO Museum • Junior Alien Zone & Oops Was Bullied? – Arts & Crafts – Where Kids Go To Have Fun
Saturday, July 5th • 10 am – 5 pm • Front Lobby Inside the UFO Museum • Junior Alien Zone & Oops Was Bullied? – Arts & Crafts – Where Kids Go To Have Fun
Sunday, July 6th • 10 am – 5 pm • Front Lobby Inside the UFO Museum • Junior Alien Zone & Oops Was Bullied? – Arts & Crafts – Where Kids Go To Have Fun
Sharon King has been an early childhood Teacher, Program Coordinator & a Director in child care centers for over 26 years. She has always liked doing arts and crafts and working with children. Over the years she has made many fun activities to share with children. Her book Junior Alien Zone is a fun and interesting arts and crafts, and activity book about Aliens which can be used in many different ways. Sharon never thought she would write a children book and then it happened. In the summer of 2004, she and her husband took their niece and family on vacation to Roswell, NM. While they were there, they learned about the UFO Festival held every July. Sharon had so many ideas, she started to write them all down and the rest is history…a book was born. Thirty three days after Junior Alien Zone was published, she had her first book signing. It took place at the Roswalien Experience 2009 Festival in the International UFO Museum & Research Center in Roswell, New Mexico. The book received a lot of attention and positive exposure. Sharon’s new book titled “Oops Was Bullied?” tells the tale of two beings – a wee extraterrestrial named Oops and a young Earth girl – who become friends when Oops crashes to Earth. They couldn’t be more different: different languages, different points of view, different backgrounds, all packed into two very different little bodies. In fact, it’s those differences that lead to a harsh reality for tiny Oops, who is bullied because he’s not like others. Written for children from preschool age through grade five, the juvenile fiction, “Oops Was Bullied?” is a fun and easy read that teaches children valuable lessons about the consequences of bullying through the eyes of her vibrant and lovable characters. Sharon lives in Amarillo, Texas, with her husband of 43 years, Charles. They have three adult children, four grandchildren, one great-grandchild, and two dogs.