I was called “Queen Kong” in fourth grade. I wore clothes with glitter threads into the 1980s. I read graphic novels back when they were still called “comic books.” Watched “Star Wars: A New Hope” more than 300 times in the theater (before “A New Hope” was tagged onto the title). Listened to Barry Manilow as a teenager. Live to shop for office supplies! And yet…
An Interview With Jennifer Donnelly, author of A Northern Light, from Downhome Books. Teenreads.com is sponsoring a contest wherein you can win 10 copies of this book for you and your friends/reading group; the deadline is March 18.
My Life In Books from author Heidi E.Y. Stemple. Does it surprise anyone that the little girl from Owl Moon grew up to be a children’s author herself? Her titles include: Mirror, Mirror (Viking, 2000) and The Salem Witch Trials (Simon & Schuster, 2003), both written with Jane Yolen. Read An Interview With Jane Yolen from Downhome Books.