In this episode, I speak with author, L.A. Kefalos. She discusses her newest book in the A. Blob series A. Blob on the Bus, why she’s tackling the subject of bullying, and the importance of addressing bullying prevention with young children through her series.
To help parents and educator discuss bullying with kids, there’a A. Blob Discussion Guide available at
It’s a great conversation.
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L.A. Kefalos is no stranger to writing stories to entertain little folks. In addition to This is A.Blob and A. Blob on a Bus, she has also created several animated shorts, including Who’s That Knocking; Chug; and the award-nominated Crocs, Pots, and Wildebeests.
An engineer by day, L.A. has her Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and specializes in automation controls. Engineering has allowed L.A. to travel the world commissioning systems in manufacturing plants. These days, L.A. spends most of her days coding as lead automation engineer for Motion Labs, a company that services the entertainment industry.
In addition to her engineering background, L.A. has experience in communications, writing for multiple Fortune 500 Companies. She is also an alumnus of The Edit Center in Manhattan and served as assistant editor of Red Doors, which won Best Narrative Feature Award in NY Competition at the Tribeca Film Festival, 2005. L.A. has edited several trailers and has used her editing skills to do sound effects in her own animations.
L.A. currently resides in New York City. She has traveled all over the world but thinks New York City is the best city in the world because of its incredible diversity.