Authors and Illustrators

A Few Awe-Inspiring Authors and Illustrators  Where the Mountain Meets the Moon by Grace LinAdeleandSimon

Aylesworth, Jim.

Collier, Bryan.

Codell, Esme Raji.

Deedy, Carmen Agra.

DeFelice, Cynthia.

Lin, Grace.

McClintock, Barbara.

O’Malley, Kevin.Dave the Potter   Can You Guess my Name Traditional Tales retold by Judy Sierra

Scieszka, Jon.

Sidman, Joyce.

Sierra, Judy.

Williams, Karen Lynn.

Woodson, Jacqueline.

Note: Educators and families can find strategies, reading research, podcasts, author interviews and more at Reading Rockets: Teaching Kids to Read and Helping Those Who Struggle.

8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Kate Metroka
    Mar 02, 2016 @ 02:36:56

    Hello!
    My name is Kate Metroka, and I’m starting a campaign to get Ellen Degeneres on board with helping my children’s book series to get published. The series emphasizes strong female characters and is highly relevant in today’s world. Let’s start rewiring the way our culture treats little girls one children’s book at a time! I would love if you could watch the videos below, and give them a like or a share. Have a great week!


    Kate Metroka
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  2. anncberlak
    Dec 14, 2015 @ 12:10:21

    I admire your blog immensely and have been hoping you would help spread the word about the bi-lingual book Joelito’s Big Decision/La gran decisión de Joelito (Hard Ball Press, ages 5 and up). Beautifully illustrated by prize winning muralist and artist Daniel Camacho, It’s about a boy, a burger a friendship and the struggle for a living wage. Certain to provoke lively discussions that contribute to the creation of a more just and joyful world. Named by Teaching for Change as one of the notable children’s books of 2015.

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  3. kathy campbell
    Mar 02, 2011 @ 08:25:44

    Don’t forget Henry’s Box…a great story about some Philly Quakers who transported a slave from the south in a wooden crate! great illustrations and happy ending in Philly!

    Also Vergie goes to school with us boys! another great read aloud about education in the slave driven south.

    Love the Site Janice!

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    • Janice Floyd Durante
      Mar 02, 2011 @ 09:02:42

      Absolutely! These are great read-alouds, both based on our nation’s fascinating history. Thanks for mentioning them. I’m glad you like my blog, Kathy. For the rest of March, I’ll be featuring heroines, real and imagined, in honor of Women’s History Month. Stay tuned!

      Reply

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  5. Janice Floyd Durante
    Jan 06, 2011 @ 09:13:41

    Thanks for checking out my blog and mentioning it in yours, Terry. There’s so much we can do to promote literacy, isn’t there?

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