50sBackgroundLite
May 30, 2012

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May 27, 2012

Here are the books I brought on the show today: My own Who Hops? / Quien Salta?  Soap, Soap, Soap/Jabon, Jabon, Jabon by Elizabeth Dulemba   Skippyjon Jones by Judy Schachner   More bi-lingual or all Spanish language books to enjoy: Visit The Reading Tub for more suggestions!

May 26, 2012

A preface:  I got the idea for my middle grade novel, The Curse of Addy McMahon, when I read a New York Times article in 1999 about some road workers in Latoon, Ireland who refused to build the road as planned because it meant chopping down a tree rumored to be a fairy lair. They ended up…

May 26, 2012

I struggle with this. I really do. I started giving tips and support to people who needed it, and it turned into a business and a joy. But there are weeks – like these past few – where I’m busy with my writing, or family, or just whatever. And then I have guilt. I know…

Robyn Bradley
May 23, 2012

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May 21, 2012

There are judges, and then there are judges. There are nine Supreme Court judges in the United States. There are 179 US Court of Appeals Circuit Court judges, there are 352 US Bankruptcy Judges (though perhaps more these days…) But do you know how many judges there are for the Babymouse For President Photo Contest? And…

May 18, 2012

She lived close by, and we appeared at a local book festival together for many years. Goodbye! You can read more about this amazing Newbery winner here.

May 17, 2012

My father died in 1985. I miss him every day and can get choked up even now, all these years later. I thought until recently I was weird because I hadn’t “gotten over it.” Then I realized, I had gotten past it, but not over it. I realized I used that in my work all…