Join Tommy and Teresa on their learning journey as they travel to new places and meet new friends.
“The first thing I observed was the two trout twisting, but not just twisting. They were twirling together, like they were doing it on purpose. It was like they were trying to tell me something… When they were twirling they made the gravel form a capital T,” Celeste said with a bit of a shakiness in her voice. “I mean that couldn’t really happen, right?”
Julianna Maya Cruz is an elementary teacher and writer from Riverside, California. She has been teaching for 14 years and is also the author of The Tale of Tommy & Teresa Trout: A Learning Journey from Egg to Fry and Two Chilies Dos Chiles. Julianna is currently a member of the Inlandia Institute Advisory Council and Publications Committee. With the help of the Inlandia Institute, Julianna developed and taught Children's Creative Writing Workshops that have produced chapbooks of student work.