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Querytopia: Are you there yet?

Now that I’ve finished my first MG book and sent out my first query, I await the forthcoming rejection. However, I am not afraid and look forward to placing it as the first in my inevitable stack that will prove that I’ve arrived. 395 more words

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1945: Rabbit Hill (Or, Why to Grow a Garden)

VERDICT: Trash

Laurinda’s Rating: 2.5

The 1945 Newbery Medal Winner, Rabbit Hill, tells the tale of all the animals living around Rabbit Hill, focuses particularly around a rabbit family. 290 more words

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Book vs. Movie: Mary Poppins

Book vs. Movie: Mary Poppins

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Seven Wonders by Peter Lerangis

Hold your horses, guys. There’s a new Kid Lit series that would probably make waves.

Peter Lerangis’ Seven Wonders, recently published (2013) is something worth the read for thrill seekers and children’s literature fans out there. 668 more words

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"Worth the Read" stories of the week - 7/18/14

Here’s the weekly round up of “Worth the Read” stories about kidlit, edtech, and other stuff related to raising good, smart, kind kids.

1. What do you value more  - success or kindness?  211 more words

Children's Books

The Future of eBooks and Interactive Textbooks

By Alison Potoma

I recently completed an online professional development class for art teachers called Tech Ready Teacher. Each week we explored another online resource that art teachers have used successfully in the classroom. 662 more words

Children's Books

Felix the Comet eBook is available!

Felix the Comet is now available via Lulu.com in eBook format for only $8.99!

Is your 9-12 year old due for a new book to fill summer hours? 68 more words