About Nancy Cartie
Nancy is an author, elementary school nurse, mom and Nana. She became a monarch butterfly enthusiast after learning about the challenges of the monarch butterflies in the wild. She loves to share fascinating butterfly stories and her portable indoor habitat with family, friends, students and all nature lovers. Nancy enjoys teaching about the monarch’s amazing transformation from egg to butterfly. She is passionate about protecting, nurturing and releasing the butterflies to help maintain a healthy and strong population.
Nancy is blessed to combine her knowledge and experience of working with children and rescuing butterflies by writing children’s books that encourage children to discover and create qualities such as patience, kindness, love, confidence, courage and joy!
Entries by Nancy Cartie
Nancy Cartie and Joy Chandler talk about Annie the Butterfly on Good Night, Fort Bend, a weekly video series created by Fort Bend ISD to help promote literacy development in young learners.
In this interview with Jonathan Masiulionis of Empowered Publicity, Nancy shares the inspiration behind Annie the Butterfly, her journey of writing and publishing a book, and the lessons of understanding that there is a time for everything.
(This article was originally published on the City of Meadows Place website on January 7, 2020. By Leigh Ylanan) READING & BOOK SIGNING Kids of all ages enjoyed a reading of “A Time to Fly”, written by Meadows Place resident, Nancy Cartie. This is a beautiful story about Annie the Butterfly. The characters in the […]
Join me and Joy Chandler, amazing illustrator, for a book reading and signing this Friday, January 3rd 10:00-12:00. Frogs, Snails, and Fairy Tales! Books available for purchase! A Time To Fly. www.frogssnailsandfairytales.com