Read this Authors for Earthday post which could have been the last chapter of Something Rotten.
A Nerdy Book Club post about becoming a writing rebel.
A post on Melissa Stewart's Celebrate Science blog about my inquiry approach.
A post on Elizabeth Dulemba's site about principles to guide onfiction writing.
Cathy Hall's post on The Muffin looks at what it takes me to get from first to last draft.
A post on the GROG blog about the ins-and-outs of writing about science for kids.
Largest professional organization for kidlit with a searchable author/illustrator list
Melissa Stewart's fabulous blog focused on teaching about nonfiction kidlit.
A round up of recent nonfiction.
Alyson Beecher's great reviews and challenges.
Kim Norman's state-by-state listing.
Monthly themed lists of middle grade STEM Books, lesson plans, writing craft and author interviews.
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