Tag: Non-fiction

Kindergarten #tbt Show and Tell –part 15

It’s kindergarten #tbt Show and Tell again, and today’s post is from #kidlit author Dashka Slater. This Kinder kid grew up to write amazing books in many genres and there are incredible new ones on the way! Her picture books include: ESCARGOT (FSG, illus. Sydney Hanson) “Escargot’s voice is parfait, an airy blend of ego and need… Read more »

Writing Non-Fiction: 5 reasons why author Connie Goldsmith is da bomb…literally.

Meet CONNIE GOLDSMITH: AWARD WINNING AUTHOR of fourteen books (15th, 16th, and 17th in progress!) former Assistant RA of SCBWI CA North/Central Children’s Book reviewer –of over 700 books for regional parenting publications as well as the New York Journal of Books– —> Anyone thinking of writing non-fiction for kids can learn a lot from… Read more »

Writing Non-Fiction, PLASTIC AHOY! & “What I did last summer”…

How did author Patricia Newman’s new book, PLASTIC, AHOY! change my summer plans?  No, this isn’t a throwback to that annual prompt my teachers greeted us with: How I Spent My Summer Vacation This post celebrates an important non-fiction title that can alter a seemingly harmless mindset in your class or your family, and teach… Read more »

What to Expect When You’re Expecting–a BOOK! part7 Non-fiction/ 3rd Trimester

Welcome to the Third Trimester, part 7 of my What to Expect blog series. The third trimester before our daughter was born was full of celebrations. The parties helped me wait (and wait and wait) and made me more anxious at the same time. The biggest difference with book-Babies is that it’s best to cradle… Read more »