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  • 5 Questions With... Alma Flor Ada (YES! WE ARE LATINOS)

    Alma Flor Ada Professor Emerita of the University of San Francisco is a visionary educator, and prolific author of numerous award-winning children´s books: THE GOLD COIN (Christopher Award); UNDER THE ROYAL PALMS (Pura Belpré Medal); DEAR PETER RABBIT (Parent´s Honor), MY NAME IS MARÍA ISABEL; DANCING HOME; LOVE,AMALIA, I LOVE SATURDAYS Y DOMINGOS (Notable Books for a Global Society List) as well as of A MAGICAL ENCOUNTER: LATINO LITERATURE IN THE CLASSROOM and AUTHORS IN THE CLASSROOM: A TRANSFORMATIVE EDUCATION PROCESS, co-authored with F. Isabel Campoy.
  • 5 Questions With … Jennifer L. Holm and Matthew Holm

    Jennifer L. Holm is a NEW YORK TIMES bestselling children's author and the recipient of three Newbery Honors for her novels OUR ONLY MAY AMELIA, PENNY FROM HEAVEN, and TURTLE IN PARADISE. Jennifer collaborates with her brother, Matthew Holm, on two graphic novel series -- the popular Babymouse series and the bestselling Squish series. Matthew Holm first began working with his sister, Jennifer, as a copy editor and fact-checker for her Boston Jane novels, and later drew several pages of comics for her book MIDDLE SCHOOL IS WORSE THAN MEATLOAF.
  • 5 Questions With… Michelle J. Kelley and Nicki Clausen-Grace

    Nicki Clausen-Grace is a teacher, author, consultant and staff developer from Oviedo, Florida, USA. She currently teaches fourth-grade at Carillon Elementary school. She is the coauthor of three books for teachers with Michelle, the author of over fifty articles on families and education, and six nonfiction books for kids. Michelle Kelley is an assistant professor at the University of Central Florida. She is also an author, consultant, staff developer and mother.
  • 5 Questions With… Gareth Hinds

    Gareth Hinds is the author and illustrator of critically-acclaimed graphic novels and picture books based on classic literature and mythology. Through his work he shares his love of literature with readers young and old. His adaptation of THE ODYSSEY received four starred reviews, and he is the recipient of the Boston Public Library's "Literary Lights for Children" award.
  • 5 Questions With… Harry Dickens (Apps for Learning series)

    Author/consultant Harry Dickens has written three Apps for Learning books for Corwin Press: High School, Middle School, and Elementary School. He has been an educator for twenty-three years. Those years include classroom teacher and instructional technology director in a school district and a statewide resource center in Arkansas.
  • 5 Questions With … Julie Sternberg (LIKE BUG JUICE ON A BURGER)

    Julie Sternberg received her MFA in writing for children from the New School. She is the author of LIKE PICKLE JUICE ON A COOKIE and LIKE BUG JUICE ON A BURGER. She lives in Brooklyn. Visit her at www.juliesternberg.com.
  • 5 Questions With... Wendy Mass (PI IN THE SKY)

    Wendy Mass is the NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author of THE CANDYMAKERS, the ALA Schneider Family Award winner A MANGO-SHAPED SPACE, LEAP DAY, JEREMY FINK AND THE MEANING OF LIFE, HEAVEN LOOKS A LOT LIKE THE MALL, and EVERY SOUL A STAR. Her most recent novel, PI IN THE SKY, was released earlier this week.
  • 5 Questions With... Clay McLeod Chapman (THE TRIBE: HOMEROOM HEADHUNTERS)

    Acclaimed playwright and author Clay McLeod Chapman is the creator of the relentless storytelling sessions THE PUMPKIN PIE SHOW. He has contributed to several anthologies and authored two novels. Currently, he is writing a trilogy of children's novels titled The Tribe—book one, HOMEROOM HEADHUNTERS (Hyperion), hit shelves last month.
  • 5 Questions With… Jennifer Berne (ON A BEAM OF LIGHT)

    Jennifer Berne is the award-winning author of MANFISH: A STORY OF JACQUES COUSTEAU and CALVIN CAN'T FLY: THE STORY OF A BOOKWORM BIRDIE. Her most recent book is ON A BEAM OF LIGHT: A STORY OF ALBERT EINSTEIN.
  • 5 Questions With… Deborah Lee Rose (THE SPELLING BEE BEFORE RECESS)

    Deborah Lee Rose is an internationally published author of bestselling children’s books including three brand new titles—SOMEONE’S SLEEPY, a lullaby, JIMMY THE JOEY, a true koala rescue story, and THE SPELLING BEE BEFORE RECESS, a funny school story inspired by “The Night Before Christmas.”
  • 5 Questions With… Lisa Jahn-Clough (NOTHING BUT BLUE)

    Lisa Jahn-Clough has been in the field of children’s literature as author, illustrator, and professor since 1994 and has published over a dozen picture books and three young adult novels. She has an MFA in creative writing from Emerson College and currently teaches at Rowan University.
  • 5 Questions With… Rachel Shukert (Starstruck series)

    Rachel Shukert is the author of EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE GREAT, HAVE YOU NO SHAME?, and the Starstruck novels. She has been fascinated by the Golden Age of Hollywood since she was a girl, when she used to stay up all night watching old movies and fall asleep the next day at school.
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