Tag Archives: Children’s Literature

Agent Spotlight: An Interview with Alyssa Henkin, by Laura Parnum

We are thrilled to have Alyssa Henkin, literary agent and Senior Vice President at Trident Media Group, here on the blog today. After earning her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania, Alyssa fulfilled a childhood dream that she professed on a … Continue reading

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#LoveMadeVisible: Puppy Love, by Ann Magee

Puppy Love By Ann Magee elbow nudge, wet nose, sad brown eyes catch mine blink understanding   Ann Magee is a poet and a children’s author who lives in New Jersey. She’s an educator, volunteer, mom to three teenagers, and … Continue reading

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#LoveMadeVisible: I Love You, by Jane Resides

I LOVE YOU By Jane Resides I love your eyes, your tiny nose. I love each one of your squirmy toes. I love your thumbs, your pinkies, too, and all the fingers between the two. I love your smile, your … Continue reading

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A Cafe Chat with Harold Underdown, by Lindsay Bandy

In exactly one month, it will be time to gather at the Highlights Foundation for our annual 2018 Pocono Retreat! Everything is shaping up beautifully, and the April 12 deadline is approaching for faculty critiques and the Peer-to-Peer critique sessions. … Continue reading

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Reader Questions Wanted: A Cafe Chat with Elizabeth Law, by Lindsay Bandy (and YOU!)

Today, we welcome Elizabeth Law to the Eastern Penn Points Cafe. Elizabeth has worked in children’s and young adult book publishing for 30 years as an editor and publisher, and now works as a publishing consultant, and with writers on … Continue reading

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Unsung Allies in the School Market, by Kristen C. Strocchia

     With today’s push for Common Core, it’s important to consider that while there is still a place for all of the traditional genres of children’s literature in the school and library market, marketing tactics may need to change.  Fiction … Continue reading

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#LoveMadeVisible Day 28: Letting Go, by Jennifer Hansen Rolli

Thanks to Jennifer Hansen Rolli for closing out our February art and poetry event with this gorgeous piece! Today is a great day to scroll back through the show to be sure you’re entered in the many critique and artwork … Continue reading

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