Monthly Archives: February 2011

Bonnie J. Doerr, author of Island Sting and now Stakeout, reveals why she writes eco-adventure books for kids.

Why do I write contemporary eco-mystery/adventures? Every creation begins with a vision, right? So what stimulated my vision? A combination of observations and experiences led to my genre choice. I realized there exists an endless supply of gorgeous picture books to … Continue reading

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Debbie Dadey, author of The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids and Keyholder series, will now pen a new book series about protecting the ocean.

I always do research whenever I write: whether it’s looking up legends for Zombies Don’t Play Soccer or finding out about unicorn lore for the Keyholder series. So when I was blessed with the opportunity to write a new series … Continue reading

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Launch of New Multi-Author Blog from Authors for Earth Day

Have you ever wondered how children’s authors decide what to write? Or how they go about the process of translating their ideas into books for young readers? Does a passion for the environment shape their words? Does it shape their lives? Let’s find out! In the posts to … Continue reading

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