Can misfits become heroes? Today, I’m thrilled to host a stop on author Sara Pennypacker’s blog tour for her new
Reblogged from Susanna Leonard Hill, Children’s Author Blog This is a wonderful interview from author Susanna Leonard Hill’s Blog with
When my kids, now teens, were younger, they were always going through phases of intense exploration on a given subject,
I’m getting very excited to publish my new book, so I thought I’d share a short excerpt from it. (My
Reblogged from School Library Journal’s Teen Librarian Toolbox.
“I think we all can recognize that the middle grades are a time of great turmoil and change. If not, I’d ask that you place an average 4th grade student and an average 7th grade student in a room together and observe them for just 5 minutes. Go on, we’ll wait…”
With the year 2020 underway, what better time to look into the future through the lens of a children’s book?
Today, I’m thrilled to share a Q&A session with children’s author Sky Danley. His fascinating background ranges from aeronautical engineering
‘Tis the season for giving, but this organization fosters giving and literacy all year long.
Sharing this short story for Christmas again this year for those who haven’t seen it. It’s probably my favorite of
Can a princess be a firefighter? My guess is yes! This question and more are answered in Carole P. Roman’s