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9 Ways to Get Teachers to Love Your Author Visit | School Visit Experts

9 Ways to Get Teachers to Love Your Author Visit | School Visit Experts | Book Ideas | Scoop.it
I asked public school teacher and children's author, Rebecca Langston-George, for advice. Rebecca is a ... I've met many fabulous children's authors and have had the opportunity to view many school assemblies.
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Quiz: Can you tell when authors are writing for children?

Quiz: Can you tell when authors are writing for children? | Book Ideas | Scoop.it
See if you can tell whether authors are writing for younger readers, or aiming at an adult audience (Which famous authors also wrote for children?
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Fey Mouse | Vintage Australian App Picture Books by Blue Quoll | trailer 1

Fey Mouse | Vintage Australian App Picture Books by Blue Quoll | trailer 1 | Book Ideas | Scoop.it
An Australian vintage gem of children's book literature. We have initiated a new exciting project where we search around Australia to look for out-of-print v...
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10 Great Multicultural Children's Books – Flavorwire

10 Great Multicultural Children's Books – Flavorwire | Book Ideas | Scoop.it
The lack of diversity in children's books is, sadly, nothing new — as NPR pointed out in a new article on the subject, book critics have been talking about the problem for some 50 years. The latest statistics, though, are alarming ...
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Moving in a land of the lost - The Age

Moving in a land of the lost - The Age | Book Ideas | Scoop.it
Moving in a land of the lost The Age Now an exhibition at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), Shaun Tan's The Lost Thing: From Book to Film, reveals the creative process behind the transformation of his unique visual style into film,...
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Why do teens like dystopian fiction so much?

Why do teens like dystopian fiction so much? | Book Ideas | Scoop.it
Breaking and making is at the heart of a great many stories and it reflects the journey that adolescents have to navigate as they grow into adulthood (Book Doctor: Why do teens like dystopian fiction so much?
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Beattie's Book Blog - unofficial homepage of the New Zealand book community: 15 Classic Children’s Books That Have Been Banned In America

Beattie's Book Blog - unofficial homepage of the New Zealand book community: 15 Classic Children’s Books That Have Been Banned In America | Book Ideas | Scoop.it
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15 Classic Children’s Books That Have Been Banned In America

15 Classic Children’s Books That Have Been Banned In America | Book Ideas | Scoop.it
The land of the free.(15 classic Children's books banned in America - via @BuzzFeed: http://t.co/Qxg2x0KOJP http://t.co/bewokHso1C)...
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Doctor Who News: Children's Laureate Writes Seventh Doctor E-Book

The Ripple Effect, by Malorie Blackman (Credit: Puffin Books) Award-winning Children's Laureate Malorie Blackman has written the seventh e-book short story in the range celebrating Doctor Who's 50th anniversary.
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Looking for children's books with disabled characters | Krista D. Ball

Looking for children's books with disabled characters | Krista D. Ball | Book Ideas | Scoop.it
Looking for children's books with disabled characters. Hey all! A fabulous reader left a message to discuss Jane Bennet in First (Wrong) Impressions. Her seven year old daughter is also an amputee, like Jane and my Mom, ...
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