Category Archives: children’s literature

A to Z: Unplug your imagination

Throughout April, I’m tackling 26 A to Z topics related to children’s literature. It’s U Day, which means it’s time to address one of my favorite kid lit-related topics: unplugged imagination! I am going to begin with a disclaimer: I … Continue reading

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A to Z: 1,000 steps to child literacy

Throughout April, I’m tackling 26 A to Z topics related to children’s literature. Today is a catching up on the letter T with a look at the program 1000 Books Before Kindergarten. (Technically this could fall under O for One … Continue reading

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A to Z: Standalones, sequels, and series – What’s coming next from my pen

Throughout April, I’m tackling 26 A to Z topics related to children’s literature. Today is a three-prong topic: Standalones, sequels, and series. Can you guess today’s letter? Huzzah for alliteration! Breaking the news to my nieces, Sarah and Katy, that … Continue reading

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A to Z: Research as a children’s writer

Throughout April, I’m tackling 26 A to Z topics related to children’s literature. Technically Thursday was R day, and it’s after midnight on Friday as I write this. But it’s still Thursday to me since I haven’t gone to bed … Continue reading

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A to Z: A third-grade kid lit quilt

Throughout April, I’m tackling 26 A to Z topics related to children’s literature. I’ve waited all month to make it to Q, just so I could share the best third-grade class project in history. I present to you a post … Continue reading

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