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Tuesday Tips: 7 Different Types of Presentations

7 Different Types of Presentations

Today I’m continuing my block of post on…

SCHOOL TIME + AUTHOR VISITS = LEARNING STUDENTS

 As I begin winding down my SCHOOL VISITS blogging block. 488 more words

Writing

Introducing The Little Star, A New Picture Book Series!

After years of writing and working with a number of fantastically talented artists, I’m thrilled to announce the publication of my first children’s book, The Little Star! 70 more words

favorite children's books: part 3

Someday by Alison McGhee and Peter H. Reynolds- Someday…all mothers think about what there children will be like someday. They all have hopes and dreams and prayers for their little ones.  238 more words

Fiction

There's a boy in the girls' bathroom - Louis Sacher. Reviewed by Bethan (11)

Bradley Chalkers is the school Bully who is always on own. He likes to torment people. A new boy Jeff is made to sit next to Bradley.. 137 more words

Children's Books

Where to Find Strong Female Characters in Books

This week, I’m posting lists of my favorite stories that have female protagonists or POVs. Today I’m featuring books, both fiction and nonfiction. Leave your recommendations in the comments, especially if they’re nothing like these, and check back Friday for open discussion on strong female characters! 712 more words

Pop Culture

Places, please

Having thoroughly enjoyed author Tim Federle’s star turn as the emcee for charades at this spring’s Kids Author Carnival, I’m still surprised that he turned from acting and dancing to writing. 233 more words

Musings On Reading

Writing Process Blog Tour

Members of Ilkley Writers will be reading new work at the Ilkley Literature Festival Fringe on October 9th at 9pm in Ilkley Playhouse. Although the stories on that night will be dark tales inspired by the moor, we’re not all forbidding and scary. 869 more words

Literature Festival