Sue Agauas is passionate about the power of love and family. She loves how books can transport a reader to places near or far, real or imaginary. For thirty-nine years, Sue enjoyed teaching elementary children. Having a strong love for learning and discovery, she endeavors to share these passions with children of all ages through her books.
With a deep love of nature and animals, Sue feels that stories revolving around emotions, especially joy, have a large impact. She finds her greatest joy when she is spending time with her family, traveling with her husband, writing, and riding her overly clever but very lovable horse.
Check out the latest news about Sue Agauas and her adventures here:
Local Author Book Sale at the Sterling Heights Public Library
Join us July 30, 2022 for the popular author event that takes place during the annual Sterling Fest. Sue will have her signed book, Grandma’s Sock Drawer, for sale from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
School Visit: Sue Agauas Visits Local Grade School for Book Reading and Signing
Students from kindergarten through sixth grade enjoyed a visit from Sue Agauas in March 2022 where she read her books including Grandma’s Sock Drawer and inspired students to learn about the creative process of writing.
Sterling Heights Sentry | C&G News
Rochester Media and The Community Edge
View the 2020 Author Fair Interview presented by Rochester Hills Public Library and Rochester Writers
Grandma’s Sock Drawer
Grandma’s gone. Now Sukey races against time to unravel the mysteries of a puzzling inheritance from a grandmother she never knew. A note and a key to Grandma’s ‘most precious treasure’, her sock drawer, sends Sukey on wild adventures she never expected. Will Sukey unlock the questions that lead to peace and connect her fragmented family? Can she find answers before the estate sale ends everything?
“In Grandma’s Sock Drawer, Agauas combines masterful storytelling, compelling dialogue and vivid imagery to tell the story of Sukey, a young girl, who was left her Grandma’s most prized possession, the key to her sock drawer. When Sukey unlocks the sock drawer she also unlocks the secrets to amazing adventures and important life lessons. This is a story of family, love, forgiveness and hope… a must read!” ~Angela Wright; Educator, Administrator
“You are lucky to be one of those people who wishes to build sand castles with words, who is willing to create a place where your imagination can wander. We build this place with the sand of memories; these castles are our memories and inventiveness made tangible.”Anne Lamott
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