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Sharing the Life Journeys of 3 Amazing Women Writers

{Guest post from author, Julie K. Rubini} The voice of justice in the world of sports. The most honored author of children’s literature. The original Nancy Drew ghostwriter. I have had the honor of sharing the life journeys of these three amazing women writers through the Biographies for Young Readers published by Ohio University Press.… Read More Sharing the Life Journeys of 3 Amazing Women Writers

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Advice from Author Elizabeth Rusch: Three Books, Three Research Methods

Late last year, Scholastic Reading Club’s editors released a list of top trends in children’s books for 2017. When I read the list, I cheered. In the number four spot: “The importance of research will grow.” “Yay!” I thought. “I’m trendy!” Trendy is not an adjective often used to describe me or my work as a… Read More Advice from Author Elizabeth Rusch: Three Books, Three Research Methods

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A Picture Book About Kindness and Overcoming Fears-Peep and Egg: I’m Not Trick or Treating

This week I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to review Peep and Egg: I’m Not Trick or Treating by author Laura Gehl. The book is truly a book not only about facing fears, but being kind and compassionate as well. Laura has crafted this special book in a way that it gives us a fresh look… Read More A Picture Book About Kindness and Overcoming Fears-Peep and Egg: I’m Not Trick or Treating

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Guest Author Visit by Elsa Marston: Abd el-Kader, Freedom-fighter and Bridge-builder

It’s my very great pleasure today to welcome world renown author Elsa Marston. Elsa has written prolifically about the Middle East and has published several titles for children. I asked Elsa to stop by today to share her latest release with us The Compassionate Warrior: Abd el-Kader of Algeria (Wisdom Tales Press 2013).   This… Read More Guest Author Visit by Elsa Marston: Abd el-Kader, Freedom-fighter and Bridge-builder