by Sean McCollum
I have been freelancing for 20 years, first while I was still working in Scholastic’s classroom magazine division in New York, then stepping out on my own in 1995. I have written more than 30 nonfiction books, bunches of magazine articles for kids and adults, content for reading programs, [...]
by Jane M. H. Bigelow
To paraphrase Ms. Whiny Writer, writing about using multiple points of view (POV) is hard. They have a lot going for them, and against them. Personally, I enjoy them. Well, except when they make my head hurt.
Cue the dueling POVs!
Cavalier: Multiple points of view [...]
Picture Books with Staying Power
I’m looking at three small favorite picture books today, anniversary editions that just seem to keep on going and never disappoint, no matter how many times I share them with young readers:
WHOSE MOUSE ARE YOU? by Robert Kraus, pictures by Jose Aruego, published by Simon & Schuster, [...]