Fall in Line, Holden! follows Holden, a young Navajo boy, through his day at boarding school.
The third of a four-installment dialogue with Ambelin and Cynthia.
Our focus is on the creative life and process, speculative fiction, diversity, privilege, indigenous literature, and books for young readers.
By Traci Sorell
I had no idea how beneficial an agent could be when I attended my first SCBWI conference in October 2013.
I quickly realized how much about the industry I did not know.
I began to network with other children’s writers,
Scholastic Book Club will soon be offering my debut tween novel, Rain Is Not My Indian Name, as a diversity selection through book clubs.
Rain Is Not My Indian Name (HarperCollins and Listening Library, 2001)(ages 10-up). Available as an unabridged audio download.
Young Adult (& Kids) Book Central is sponsoring a giveaway contest that features 20 available copies of Tantalize. The challenge is: “Make up a favorite recipe/dish for either a vampire or a werewolf. Be Creative! And remember, answers DO count!” See the entry form. The event is co-sponsored by YABC and Candlewick Press.