Category Archives: middle grade

Writing Process Blog Hop: Wendy Shang

  This week Wendy Shang is up to bat on the writing process tour. Wendy is the author of The Great Wall of Lucy Wu, and you can usually find her blogging about middle-grade books at From the Mixed Up … Continue reading

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Genre Jumper: Meg Medina

Meg Medina It is hard to talk about¬†Meg Medina¬†without gushing. She’s generous, wicked smart, and the kind of electric that makes you think that it might make sense to keep a drier sheet in your pocket, just in case of … Continue reading

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Harriet the Spy

Last summer, I did a talk for a Library of Congress contest called A Book that Shaped Me. If I had entered the contest myself, my essay would have been about Harriet the Spy. Because I’m pretty sure that my … Continue reading

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Teen ’14

Last October, I went to the library and made a bunch of new friends. I could wax poetic and talk about books, and how books become your friends, and how they’re always waiting for you at the library, but this … Continue reading

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