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Opening Lines With Richard Peck

Originally Published: June 2014

by Lauren Shapiro

It feels a bit like a revivalist tent show, as Richard Peck preaches the gospel that “you’re only as good as your opening line. 772 more words

42nd Annual SCBWI LA Summer Conference Recap

Originally Posted: September 2013

by Pat Weissner, Metro-NY RA

This year’s LA Conference was vibrant, successful and enlightening, just like  all the preceding ones. Keynotes, workshops, get-togethers and meetings with old friends and new, non-stop for more than four days, sent this conference-goer home with new resolve to make the most of my writing time and stop making excuses. 284 more words

Here Lies the Librarian

Author: Richard Peck

The year is 1914, and Peewee McGrath and her big brother Jake just about do all right with their garage on the outskirts of nowhere, fixing flats and selling gas to passing travelers. 292 more words

Book Review

The Mouse with the Question Mark Tail by Richard Peck

The Mouse with the Question Mark Tail by Richard Peck

Genre: Middle Grade – Adventure – Fiction

Goodreads Synopsis

The smallest mouse in London’s Royal Mews is such a little mystery that he hasn’t even a name.

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