With the popularity of homeschooling continuing to rise you may wonder, as a children’s author, how to reach this ever-expanding market.
In an October 2021 post (link below), I wrote about readability and how elementary teachers level books to match their students’ independent reading levels. Although
Part Two of a Two-Part Series Part One from October: The Design of an Elementary Classroom Library and What It Means for Your Book No
Arguably, the most important element of any elementary classroom is its library. Which basket will your books fit into it?
Inspiring read and fantastic classroom resource!
Just like we learn from picture books as mentor texts, we can also learn from author visits as mentor visits.
By Sarah Lynne Reul When I first got into this industry, I didn’t even realize that author/illustrator school visits were a thing! I had so
Teaching was my first passion. Even before I went to school, I played teacher with all who would study under me. And then I became
On Thursday, Josh Funk visited 21 classrooms in 12 states, 6 time zones, 4 countries, and ALL the hemispheres – for World Read Aloud Day!
You’ve done it! You’ve written a children’s book, or maybe a young adult. Congratulations. But before you start to pitch or query your finished manuscript,
Schools visits are magical…most of the time. My very first school visit started with technology issues. After struggling for half an hour, I decided to give
I recently completed an online professional development class for art teachers called Tech Ready Teacher. Each week we explored another online resource that art teachers