Children's Authors & Illustrators on the Web Authors A - J | Authors K - P | Authors Q - Z | Other Sources Jonathan Allen - British illustrator (The Great White Man-Eating Shark) and author/illustrator (Mucky Moose). Caroline Arnold - US author of a wide range of nonfiction (African Animals, El Nino). The world's largest reviewer of books, multimedia, and technology for children and teens Young Adult Debut Authors By SLJ on April 27, 2016 Leave a Comment Thursday, May 19th, 2016, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PTJoin Simon & Schuster and School Library Journal for a rich conversation with three debut young adult authors, Calla Devlin (Tell Me Something Real), Meg Leder (The Museum of Heartbreak), and Laurent Linn (Draw the Line).Register Now! Makerspace Magic: Using littleBits in Your Library Makerspace
Book Beast Berlusconi’s So-Called Bunga-Bunga Life By Barbie Latza Nadeau In a new authorized biography, ‘My Way,’ there’s an ‘awestruck’ Putin, the sick joke he and Gaddafi made famous—and the Italian playboy PM who remains as slippery as ever. Top 15 Great Science Fiction Books There are so many astounding science fiction books out there that this has been one of the hardest lists for me to put together. I have added and culled but finally I have a list of the best 15 Science Fiction Books of all time. I realise that not everyone will be satisfied with this list - so please use the comments to add the books that I couldn’t due to space and time. In no particular order… 1. The Time Machine H G Wells
Reader's Corner - Who Writes Like Have you read every novel by your favourite author? Are you looking for more suggestions? Browse the alphabetical list Do a keyword search Becoming a Critical Thinker Ordering Information Topical Indexes Other Writings Other Resources From Abracadabra to Zombies Ordering information Becoming a Critical Thinker A Guide for the New Millennium 2nd edition Pearson 2005 by Robert Todd Carroll ISBN 0 - 536 - 85934 - 5
Mythic Reading Lists The field of mythic fiction consists of contemporary works that draw on the timeless themes and symbolism of world mythology, medieval romance, folklore, fairy tales, and the oral stoytelling tradition. Mythic fiction is set in the modern (or historical world), not in a far–off Nevernever land. But it portrays a world infused with mythic archetypes, mystery, and magic. Works of mythic fiction can be found on the mainstream fiction shelves in the form of magic realism and surrealism, as well as in genre fiction, Young Adult fiction, and other parts of the bookstore. The following list contains 100 fine novels by 100 fine writers of contemporary mythic fiction.
How Viral PDFs Of A Naughty Bedtime Book Exploded The Old Publishing Model Amazon announced last week that it’s testing out a 30-hour workweek for "a few dozen" employees on some of its technical teams. Those employees, the Washington Post reports, will keep all the same benefits as full-time staff but earn 75% of the pay (Amazon already employs part-time workers with full benefits). Every member on those teams, including managers, will work 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Product Search Results - Libraries Unlimited Redirecting... PreviousNext 1-25 of 41 results Women's Fiction: A Guide to Popular Reading InterestsRebecca Vnuk and Nanette DonohueSeptember 2013Libraries UnlimitedReference and Information Services and Tools/Readers' Advisory and Leisure ReadingReference and Information Services and Tools/Arts and Humanities Literature Reference ToolsGenreflecting Advisory SeriesHardcover978-1-59884-920-2$55.00Add to CarteBook978-1-61069-538-1Call Your Preferred eBook Vendor for PricingInternational PricingHardcover: £36.00/50,00€/A$74.00 Genreflecting: A Guide to Popular Reading Interests, 7th EditionCynthia Orr and Diana Tixier Herald, EditorsApril 2013Libraries UnlimitedReference and Information Services and Tools/Readers' Advisory and Leisure ReadingReference and Information Services and Tools/Arts and Humanities Literature Reference ToolsGenreflecting Advisory SeriesAward Winner!