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More good YA writing tips from Maggie Stiefvater!
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Tweet For the last week I have been a lucky writer holed up at the Kindling Words West writing retreat in Taos, New Mexico. There are 25 of us here.
Thanks to LHA, now I want to go to Taos, NM!
My new story "We Have Always Lived on Mars" is up now at Tor.com!!! You can also get it for your e-reader nook, kobo*, kindle *remember, you can get your kobo ebook from an indiebound bookstore! th...
Since I love all of Cecil's books, I am ordering this now!
Have some new titles to add to the school fiction list:)
What a great idea from one of my new followers on Twitter, thank you Maggie Bokelman!
A student gave me this book to read and I loved the rich description of the southern town, river,and the many wonderful people who would do anything for little seven year old Annie.
A student shared this book with me and I will definitely be other books by Charles Martin!
Blumenthal has crafted an exciting, can’t put it down biography revealing Steve Jobs as a complicated man compassionate about computers but searing in his dealings with family, friends, and employees.
Loved this book and so will my students who enjoy nonfiction!
I am always looking for recommended graphic novels!
Congratulations Joyce! You are my hero and Rutgers students will be wowed by you!
I will be reading this DEFINITELY this summer; what a great review and I just love anything by Jeannette Walls!
Author Eliot Schrefer speaks with Scholastic Book Clubs about his National Book Award nominated novel, ENDANGERED.
What a wonderful intro before you read this awesome book!
Battle of the Books Round 1 Match 6
Love all the foreign covers Maggie Stiefvater features in this blog post:)
Thanks Jennifer Hubert for another great recommendation and review; I am certainly getting this!
The other day my students and I were talking about sixth grade. It’s that time of year, the days we have left together are so few, and many of them have already begun to worry about moving on. In m...
Soooo important to be a ravenous reader for your students!!!
This is the teacher choices, I will compare to the Young Adult Choices and see if we agree.
Jennifer's review is so awesome I am ordering this book immediately on my Kindle!
At age 22, Cheryl Strayed’s mother is diagnosed with cancer and very quickly dies; Cheryl is devastated.
I couldn't put this book down, the loss and the redemption will make this a book all women/teens will enjoy.
This follow-up to Delirium has Lena struggling in the Wilds with little food, stamina, and the only way she survived is by keeping her memories of Alex alive.
The 2nd book is as good as the first, I can't wait to read the 3rd!
School Libraries are important and this infographic has the statistics to prove what we librarians knew all along!
posted by Neil GaimanPrincess, my old, old old cat, is coming to the end of her life. She's somewhere over 20, but we do not know how much over 20 she ...
I love when Neil Gaiman writes about his pets but he also has a great visual about writing too, check it out!
Ariel Djanikian's debut novel, The Office of Mercy, imagines a dystopian future America where government euphemisms mask state-sponsored murder.
Loved this article and I am happy to say I am 50% through the book on my Kindle and loving it!
Children's Choice Book Awards- Vote Now!
Wow, my reluctant readers will definitely be interested in the latest Bluford series additions!!!
This graphic novel review by Jen Hubert sounds aboslutely yummy!