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A Cafe Chat with Marcus Sedgwick, by Lindsay Bandy + SAINT DEATH Giveaway!

I’m so happy to host author Marcus Sedgwick at the Eastern Penn Points Café today! He’s the winner of a Printz Award for MIDWINTERBLOOD and two Printz Honors for REVOLVER and THE GHOSTS OF HEAVEN, and his books have been … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget the Story in History, by Marcus Sedgwick

This morning, I am happy to welcome Marcus Sedgwick to Eastern Penn Points! I asked Marcus if he would share a few words about writing historical fiction, and he kindly said yes. Marcus is the winner of many prizes, most … Continue reading

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Query Letter Algebra: Once Upon A Time, X Met Y

By Lindsay Bandy My eighth-grade self was sitting at the kitchen table with my engineer father, dripping tears on pre-algebra homework: “But Daddy, why are there letters mixed with the numbers?” That pretty well sums up my relationship with mathematics. However, … Continue reading

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