Monthly Archives: March 2011

Children’s Author Trivia Volume 30

Are you ready for some more trivia questions? 62. Our first author is very inspiring to those of who started writing later in life. She started writing when she was 49, and was 53 when her first books was published. … Continue reading

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Michael Morpurgo and Patricia Wrightson

Question 60. Our first author got his start almost by accident. The students in his classes loved the stories he told, so he wrote them down. His discovery has led to over 100 books. His books have won numerous awards … Continue reading

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Scribbling Women: True Tales from Astonishing Lives

Today we are taking part in the kick-off of the blog tour for a fantastic new book, Scribbling Women:  True Tales from Astonishing Lives by Marthe Jocelyn. When you are done reading the review, be sure to check out the … Continue reading

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Cheerios New Author Contest 2011

Are you an aspiring children’s author? Cheerios has a perfect contest for you! If you are an unpublished author (please check the website for the rules about being published), then you should consider entering the 5th Annual Cheerios Spoonfuls of … Continue reading

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Children’s Author Trivia Volume 29

Where are we going today? Our first author is from England, and our second is Australia. Question 60. Our first author got his start almost by accident. The students in his classes loved the stories he told, so he wrote … Continue reading

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