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Meet the Authors and Illustrators:Volume 1 (Grades K-6) [Deborah Kovacs, James Preller] on balamut.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Meet the Authors and Illustrators, by Deborah Kovacs and James Preller ( Scholastic, Vol. 1, ; Vol. 2, ). Sixty creators of favorite children's books talk. Often, book clubs feature reader-friendly author/illustrator profiles. Letters Kovacs and James Preller • Meet the Authors and Illustrators: Volume 2, by Deborah.
She plans to write her name in big letters on the chalkboard, so everyone will know who she is.Kristi Valiant- Children's Book Author and Illustrator
She will build the tallest block tower, and she will run faster than everyone else provided they are only running downhill.
On the first day of school, an excited Amanda gets to the bus stop, where she finds a girl her age dressed in brilliantly-bright pink. Although Amanda tries to ignore her, the pink girl follows her onto the bus and sits down next to her. She introduces herself as Bitsy, but Amanda does not feel like being polite, so she does not answer. At school, Bitsy writes her name in big letters on the chalkboard, taking up most of the room and leaving Amanda only a very small area for her name.
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No matter what Amanda tries to be best at, Bitsy gets in her way. Turns out she went looking for Amanda and got lost. Amanda discovers it does not hurt to be kind. This is a sweet story with adorable illustrations that combine panda traits with human traits. Teachers have many discussion points to use in class.
Instead, she is stuck babysitting her seven-year-old nephew, Rudy, in a mobile home while her year-old sister, Lynette, attends beauty school. Her great-grandfather is often described as somewhat different, a description that fits Iva as well. Fiercely proud and self-sufficient, she is content to not have friends, other than a few adults.
It is easy to understand why—Heaven is a pain in the neck who often lies, bullies, and tattletales yet manages to get away with her obnoxious behavior with no apparent consequences.
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However, it becomes clear she needs help digging in her chosen spot and so begrudgingly invites Heaven along as a helper and silent partner. Set in a small Virginia town populated with adults with unusual names and characteristics, the often-humorous story reads quickly. More a story of friendship and loneliness than an adventure, it realistically sets up the relationship between the two girls. Readers looking for a story about some independent girls trying to figure out what friendship means will enjoy this light read.
Ages 7 to 9.
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Program Details Candice offers a variety of programs. Programs for each grade level fall into two categories: Coauthor Julia Kregenow will not be attending. Author appearances; outreach to national and local media; major digital outreach.
Lillian Decker is a high school senior with a year plan: Author tour; outreach to national and local media; major digital outreach. While the Resistance struggles to fight back against the harsh rulings of the Mage Council, more and more Gardnerian soldiers, led by Lukas Grey, descend upon the University.
Caught between her growing feelings for the rebellious Yvan Guriel and the seductive power offered by Lukas, Elloren must find a way to stay true to what she knows is right and protect everyone she loves. Prepub advertising; social media and email marketing campaigns; dedicated series website; promotion at school and library conferences; outreach to educators and librarians.
Andy and Terry live in a story treehouse. It used to be a story treehouse, but they keep getting ideas for new stories. Good thing there are so many fun things to do in the treehouse, because Andy and Terry get stuck babysitting Mr.
How much trouble could they possibly get into? National publicity campaign for pop culture and parenting publications; library appearances. That is, until she returns. Rebecca Hanover Sourcebooks Fire, Jan.
Author appearances, including book festivals; advertising; prepub buzz campaign; cover reveal; big mouth bookseller and librarian mailings; trade show appearances and giveaways; extensive social media campaign.
Dark secrets abound in the start of a genre-bending duology from Emmy Award-winning writer Hanover. Not available at press time. Monica Hesse Little, Brown, Sept. Author appearances; advertising; prepub buzz campaign; school and library conference promotions. Edgar Award winner Hesse sheds light on hidden history in this novel set in As time drags on, everything around them starts to fall apart.
How can Margot and Haruko know who to trust?
Author appearances, including Nerdcamp; extensive ARC distribution; advertising targeted at educators and librarians; materials distribution at conferences; discussion guide.
Illustrator Ryan Andrews will not be attending. Julie Kagawa Harlequin Teen, Oct. The latest from the bestselling author of the Iron Fey series is based on the Japanese mythology that Kagawa grew up with.
Shadow of the Fox is set in a beautiful and perilous land of shape-shifters and samurai, kami and legends, humans and demons.
TV comedy writer Kalan presents a case of mistaken species identity in this tale where Dog thinks Horse is just an oversized dog with funny paws. Just a tiny baby horse with a weird tail. Illustrator Tim Miller will not be attending. Kody Keplinger Scholastic Press, Aug. Determined to do something to push back against an unjust law, Noodlephant and her friends invent a machine that transforms pens into penne, pillows into ravioli, and radiators into radiatori.
With that, the pasta parties are back!