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10 links that made me think this week.
GLOW comes out three weeks from today! On these Tuesdays leading up to its release, I’m sharing You Tube videos of some of the animals in the book. Here are angler fish in all their creepy glory–enjoy!
I’ve been a little quiet here. I’d like to say it’s because I’ve been racking up all sorts of writing, but…well, that’s not it. Sometimes life is just a little too full, you know? Anyway, I’ve missed my book posts, so I thought I’d share a holiday one with you today . . .
GLOW comes out four weeks from today! On these Tuesdays leading up to its release, I thought I’d share some video clips of the animals in the book. Because they’re . . . AMAZING.
Today’s is the Atolla jellyfish . . .
Favorites include: middle grade novel DREAM ON, AMBER, nonfiction picture book FUNNY BONES, and heart-wrenching picture book TWO WHITE RABBITS.
I’ve never done NaNoWriMo, though every year I’m tempted. However, this year, I’ve decided I’m jumping in. Kind of . . .
It’s Halloween this week, and you know what that means . . .
EVERY SINGLE Halloween book has been loooong gone from the library for weeks.
As you may have heard around here, I have another book in the works: Glow: Animals with Their Own Night-Lights! It’s a nonfiction picture book that’ll be in bookstores on January 5, 2016. And–how convenient!–I just updated its webpage, so you can read all about it.
Ten links that caught my eye this week.
10 links that made me think this week . . .
On my trip to Kansas, I got to meet and chat with all sorts of wonderful readers–some grown-up and some growing up. At one dinner, a library media specialist leaned in to me and author M.H. Hurlong and asked . . .
It was my immense pleasure to travel to Kansas this past weekend to accept the William Allen White (WAW) Children’s Book Award for Malcolm at Midnight.