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Nearly 75 children's authors and illustrators, from large houses and small, will attend this year's author reception and the Scholastic Meet & Treat After Party. bag; downloadable activity kit; dedicated website; extensive social media .. 10 black women and women's groups from U.S. and Canadian history. A list of Scholastic authors and illustrators who are available for school or library visits or appearances at conferences and conventions. Illustrations, photographs and dazzling reproductions of more than 40 Group of Seven fill this book about artists who changed the landscape of Canadian art.
Diane Duane and Peter Morwood - Homeward - Fantasy and science fiction writers Diane Duane and Peter Morwood have long maintained this Web site with information about their writing and their lives. Lois Duncan - The author of many award-winning young adult suspense novels, including I Know what you Did Last Summer It's nothing like the movie version.
Hazel Edwards - Australian author of over books.
Evelyn Gallardo - Author and photographer of Among the Orangutans. Alan Garner - An "unofficial" website about the British fantasy writer. Kristine O'Connell George - The author of children's poetry provides poetry-related activities for teachers and young writers.
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Charles Ghigna - The poet and children's writer aka "Father Goose". Dan Gutman - Author of many children's books, mostly about sports. Gary Harbo - An illustrator whose web site provides activities as well as information about his books. Libby Hathorn - The award-winning Australian writer. Nathaniel Hawthorne - Information about the author, and the complete texts of many of his writings.
Hemenway - Author of the Slouch in the Couch series of children's learning books. I can't hope to keep up with them all, but this page seem to link to everything related. Joan Holub - An author and illustrator has of books for young children. Joan has also created another website for a book she illustrated: The th Day of Schoolfeaturing activities and ideas for celebrating day.
Hazel Hutchins - The website of this Canadian children's author contains quizzes, a monthly contest with prizes, background on how she writes and where she gets story ideas, bibliographical and biographical information. Joan Irvine - The author of some fine books about how to make pop-up books.
Volume III Number The CCBC's mandate is to promote and encourage the reading, writing and illustrating of Canadian children's books.
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Members benefit from the Centre's promotional work, its educational and awareness programs, the professional development opportunities it offers and from its research and resource facilities. Just fifty English-language Canadian children's books were published in ; nearly were published last year!
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The Centre is committed to making Canadian books available to young people. A book that is set "at home" shows young Canadians that their stories are important and worth telling. And when children meet Canadian authors and illustrators, their enthusiasm for books and for their own culture soars. The CCBC provides educators and their students with information on Canadian authors and illustrators.
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They promote the authors and illustrators through special projects and events to bring recognition to Canadian books and the people who create them including the Canadian Children's Book Week tour which in gave 40, children across the country the opportunity to meet their favourite authors and illustrators.
Their resource collections include a comprehensive reference library of contemporary Canadian children's books, and extensive information on Canadian children's authors, illustrators, book production and the publishing industry to members of the Centre.
Knowledgeable staff at the Canadian Children's Book Centre can answer your questions in person or by phone, fax and mail. Experts from across the country annually chose the very best new materials available. Over 8, copies of Our Choice were purchased by schools, libraries, bookstores and individuals in