About the Author

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When Megan Hoyt first stepped into a tiny library in East Dallas and checked out The Fairy Doll, time stood still for one brief moment. A book! A lovely, magical book about a little girl, overshadowed and overlooked, the youngest of four, just like me! she thought. Rumer Godden gave way to Madeleine L’Engle and Frances Hodson Burnett. Soon, a sturdy, low-hanging backyard branch became a thoughtful spot where some rather large ideas began to take shape. If reading James Barrie can make a girl flap her arms and jump off a garden wall expecting to fly, books truly do pulse with life. When she doesn’t have her nose in a book, Megan is writing them. Her first picture book for children, Hildegard’s Gift, was released January 2014. Her first Charlotte Mason music appreciation book, A Touch of the Infinite, is now available.

Megan holds a Bachelor’s in English and History from Southern Methodist University and a Master’s in Theology from Regent University, but her dearest love is writing for children, second perhaps only to teaching them about the great music of the past.

If you are looking for a fresh approach to education, for beauty and virtue within a world that has distorted, torn, and shredded the awe and wonder children naturally see in the world, please contact us. We would love to hear from you and help you begin the journey toward living an inspired life.

Our goal is to breathe fresh vitality into American life and education. We also intend to unite thinkers, writers, naturalists, scientists, artists, composers, and educators and seek funding for future projects that will nourish the lives of America’s children.

 Please email us at creativepowerhouse@gmail.com for further information and to recommend links to the work of others that you believe are nourishing.

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