Monthly Archives: April 2014

Susanna Leonard Hill The First Ever Pretty Much World Famous Illustration Contest for Children

The First Ever Pretty Much Illustration Contest for Children’s Literature can be found on a blog spot by Susanna Leonard Hill.  My entry is for a fractured fairy tale written by Wendy Greenley.  The title of her story is The … Continue reading

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The fault(s) in our STAARs

The fault(s) in our STAARs.

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What Students Really Need to Hear

What Students Really Need to Hear.

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Becoming More Diverse – A Library Journey by Crystal Brunelle

Becoming More Diverse – A Library Journey by Crystal Brunelle.

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Monday Marketing: INSTAGRAM *smile*

Monday Marketing: INSTAGRAM *smile*.

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Educational Publisher Looking for Submissions

Huge opportunity for writers and Illustrators – published, unpublished, self-published.Susan Tierney, longtime Editor in Chief of Children’s Writer and the Institute of Children’s Literature’s Writer’s Guide and the market directories, has now become Acquisitions Editor at Schoolwide, Inc. This educational publisher … Continue reading

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The Writer’s 8 Tools of Pitching

The Writer’s 8 Tools of Pitching.

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