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Big Hair and Books: Picture Book Review:  Two Speckled Eggs

Two Speckled Eggs by Jennifer K. A birthday party sets the scene in this sweet and relatable story for anyone who’s ever been the odd girl out.

About DearEditor.com…    DearEditor.com is the place for writers—published or not—to ask questions about the craft of writing and/or the publishing industry… and get direct answers and actionable suggestions.    Deborah Halverson was an editor at Harcourt Children’s Books for 10 years before becoming the award-winning author of Writing Young Adult Fiction for Dummies, two teen novels (Honk If You Hate Me and Big Mouth with Delacorte/ Random House), a forthcoming picture book about ...

Meet The Editor. Deborah Halverson was an editor at Harcourt Children's Books before becoming the award-winning author of Writing Young Adult Fiction for

Books That Heal Kids: Book Review: Big Mean Mike (acceptance) Author: Michelle Knudsen Illustrator: Scott Magoon Interest Level: 4 and Up  From the Book Jacket: Big Mean Mike is the biggest, toughest dog in the whole neighborhood. He's even got a big, mean car that he drives around the big, mean streets. Everyone knows how big and tough he is

Irma Black Award Finalist BIG MEAN MIKE by Michelle Knudsen, illustrated by Scott Magoon. Published by Candlewick.

Teach Mentor Texts: Ninja!

by Arree Chung. (Henry Holt and Company, "A ninja must be strong, courageous, and silent! He creeps through the house on a secret mission. There may be obstacles! But have no fear--a true ninja can overcome all challenges"-- Provided by publisher.

From preschool through high school: 24 great books that show empathy, kindness. Amazing reads to share with your kids (of all ages).

Editor’s note

Out of My Mind good books for 11 year olds 6th grade

Best Books for 11 Year Olds (6th Grade)

Stella's Starliner by Rosemary Wells

Stella's Starliner by Rosemary Wells. Stella is unnerved by a bullying group of weasels who say mean things about her humble home until her mother offers words of comfort and her father drives the trailer to a new location where kind friends are found.