Perhaps an appropriate reading age is a matter of the heart

Perhaps an appropriate reading age is a matter of the heart

CAPTION: At the American Library Association Annual Conference with Pam Renfrow, center, and Mona Batchelor. Pam is manager, curriculum specialists at Britannica Digital Learning. Mona is librarian at McKenzie (Tennessee) High School. The wonderful Alison Krauss sings...

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Three-city launch in Tennessee for COPYBOY

Three-city launch in Tennessee for COPYBOY

COPYBOY, the sequel to PAPERBOY, is launching across the state of Tennessee in the coming weeks. Readers in West Tennessee have a chance to attend a book talk in Memphis where the story begins; East Tennessee readers can hear about the new book at my author talks in...

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Librarians as far as the eye can see

Librarians as far as the eye can see

Librarians are an amazing lot. First, they are readers but then they parlay that love of the written word to others in their sphere. A book that is unread is just so much ink and paper (or possibly electronic blips on a screen.) Librarians and booksellers are the ones...

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New book, new website, new blog

New book, new website, new blog

Many of you have heard about COPYBOY, the sequel to PAPERBOY, that will be published by Capstone on Aug. 1. However, we need an official announcement – so here it is. COPYBOY picks up the story of the young paperboy six years later when he is 17 and facing a challenge...

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Newbery Tart’s Unique Look at PAPERBOY

Newbery Tart’s Unique Look at PAPERBOY

Jennie Law and Marcy Cornell just can't get enough of books, especially Newbery books. They have begun interviewing Newbery authors (those who have been awarded medals and honors) and the two educators are posting their interviews and discussions on podcasts called...

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