Can misfits become heroes? Today, I’m thrilled to host a stop on author Sara Pennypacker’s blog tour for her new
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…”
Just last week I had the pleasure of visiting the great state of Texas–Dallas, to be exact. I knew I
My guest today, Larry Feign, (aka. M.D. Whalen) writes for both children and adults and has had a fascinating career
Explore the gripping Alien Skill series by science fiction author Rae Knightly
Today’s holiday roundup book is a collection of short stories about Christmas by a variety of middle grade authors. It
In the spirit of the holidays, I’ve got an offer here, some early Christmas gifts, you might say, from best-selling
Saddle up and ride along. I’m always surprised to hear myself say, “I’m an author” because I wrote a book
Q. Thanks for joining us today, Veola. Please tell us a little bit about yourself and your books. A. Hello!