Books are permanent. Fourth and fifth grade are fleeting and temporary. Both are a very good thing.
It’s hard to see what details are really important to the big picture, except in hindsight.
How a book club discussion made me realize something new about a story.
Books for the 2013 holidays, and beyond…
J.B. Chicoine’s latest provides a steady drip of a story.
A book from my past took over my present, and now it will live on in the future.
Yesterday I visited the Bourne Middle School, writing Oliver-based stories in cooperation with about 230 fifth graders—who fortunately were divided across five forty minute periods, and well-supervised by their teachers. First the kids chose a starting and ending point for our story and located each
You heard it here first: Game of Sails: an Olympic Love Story will soon be available in paperback.
The Good, the Bad, and the Not Quite There
I both love and hate getting completely lost in a book.