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Summer Reads 2014

I haven’t written any What Russell Wore What I Read posts in a while, mostly because in the summer Russell wears tank tops, shorts, and flip flops. 245 more words

Erynn Im-Sato

Why I Wrote Mary Dyer, Friend of Freedom

“My life not availeth me in comparison to the liberty of the truth.”

“Why did you write about Mary Dyer?” is a question I often get. 449 more words

Writing

NABE Pinnacle Book Achievement Awards Summer 2014

The National Association of Book Entrepreneurs awards books in several categories with a Pinnacle Book Achievement Award. There were a number of truly excellent books honored by NABE this summer, and I want to congratulate each of the authors who were honored with a Pinnacle Book Achievement Award.   104 more words

Children's Books

What Five Years as a Children's Writer Means

I realized upon logging in to my Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators account the other day that I have been with SCBWI for five years. 523 more words

Writing

"Goldilocks and the Three Hares" by Margie Palatini - Review

This book starts out where we left Goldilocks and the 3 bears. She is running from them when she falls down a rabbit hole and hurts her foot. 192 more words

Children's Books

Frank Einstein and the Antimatter Motor

Whether you know it or not, I’m sure you’re familiar with Jon Scieszka, author of modern kids classics like The True Story of the Three Little Pigs, The Stinky Cheese Man, … 221 more words

Children's Books