Monthly Archives: March 2012

HEDGEROWS by Joan Donaldson, author of several books for young readers including the new YA novel On Viney’s Mountain

Most of us know that over time, small acts such as each year planting a tree can create a forest. On our organic farm, my husband, John and I have planted thousands of trees, sturdy white pines with feathery needles, … Continue reading

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PONDERING PAPER by Natasha Wing, author of more than 20 children’s books including The Night Before series

Trees make paper and paper makes traditional books. I often wondered about all the trees it took to print the millions of Harry Potter books and if the trees were being replenished. Come to find out, just how many trees … Continue reading

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Eco-minded authors and illustrators will plant seeds of hope through their Authors for Earth Day events this April

The Authors for Earth Day coalition increases environmental awareness through a unified effort, with members around the globe working toward one goal—empower young readers to positively shape the future. Some of our authors write nature books but most do not. From picture … Continue reading

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