Guest Post: Gigi Priebe, Author of the Henry Whiskers Series

Tweet Gigi Priebe is the mother of three, the founder of Stepping Stones, an award-winning children’s museum in Norwalk, Connecticut, and the author of The Adventures of Henry Whiskers, the first in her middle grade series. When she is not … Continue reading

Author Stacy DeKeyser Talks About What Makes a Good Story and a Book Giveaway

Tweet Today I’m taking part in a blog tour for Stacy DeKeyser and her book, One Witch at a Time, the sequel to The Brixen Witch, which received two starred reviews and was a Chicago Public Library Best of the … Continue reading

Interview and Book Giveaway: Megan Jean Sovern, Author of The Meaning of Maggie

Tweet Today I’m taking part in a blog tour that features Megan Jean Sovern, author of  The Meaning of Maggie. Today you can read an interview with Sovern, then leave a comment about something she says that has meaning for … Continue reading

Librarians Play Important Roles for Teens

Tweet In May the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA)  is hosting National Library Legislative Day (NLLD) to talk to legislators and their staff about the significance of libraries for teen patrons. To build awareness of how libraries serve teens, YALSA … Continue reading

Author Angela Shelton Discusses Writing Fantasy for Children

Tweet Today I’m excited to participate in the blog tour for  Angela Shelton, author of the new middle-grade fantasy series, The Adventures of Tilda Pinkerton. As a stop on the tour, I have one copy of Tilda to give away … Continue reading

Book Review and Giveaway: Dear Teen Me, edited by E. Kristin Anderson and Miranda Kenneally

Tweet When you’re in high school, it’s easy to think that you and your friends are the only ones who have challenges and everyone else has it good. It’s also easy to think of adults you admire as falling into … Continue reading

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