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written by Lisa Fipps My middle-grade novel in verse, Starfish, is based on my life. So people often ask me, “How can I turn my
I’m back to reading! Two months of vestibular physical therapy did the trick. More or less. I’m still a bit wobbly on graphic novels but
written by author Carolyn Crimi BARK! SQUEAK! MOO! Writing From an Animal’s Point of View It happened again last night as my dog stared at
Not only is it a Common Core standard, but it’s important to teach children literary elements like point of view. And every book has a
written by Margaret Muirhead, author and school librarian Want to encourage your children to become makers who think creatively, take risks, fail, and persevere again?
written by Alyson Gerber As a kid, I spent a lot of time comparing my problems to other people’s and telling myself I was fine,