2 edition of Maine writers of fiction for juveniles found in the catalog.
Maine writers of fiction for juveniles
Maine Writers Research Club.
|Statement||compiled by Maine Writers Research Club.|
|Series||University of Maine studies ;, 2d ser., no. 81, University of Maine bulletin ;, v. 67, no. 20|
|LC Classifications||PS253.M2 M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 69 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||65064996|
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81 Ap Maine Writers Index. The Maine Writers Index is a searchable database of writers with a relationship to the State of Maine. The connection may be birth, residency, employment or works that are set in Maine. Suggest an Author for Maine Writers Index. Please complete this form to suggest an author for the Maine Writers Index.
If you are a Maine. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month of over 5, results for Books: "maine authors" FINAL MISSION The North Woods. She works with individual authors, publishers and educational presses.
Writers of fiction and non-fiction can approach her to edit, proofread and correct their material. Midcoast Editors Alliance. A group of 5 experienced editors got together to provide and offer editing services to writers in Maine. Monica Wood Monica Wood’s Maine Literary Award–winning memoir, When We Were the Kennedys, is a look into her vibrant childhood memories of growing up in Mexico, Maine, including her father’s sudden death and the political turmoil of President Kennedy’s ly, Wood has been writing plays.
Her newest full-length play, The Half-Light, will debut at Portland Stage. Fiction Set in Maine. The books listed here are set completely or partially in real or imaginary places in the state of Maine. They're in alphabetical order by author, with links to author entries on the Maine Writers Index at the Maine State Library, if applicable (not all books set in Maine are written by Maine authors).
Anything!!!. by Donald Maass: Writing the Breakout Novel, also Writing 21 st Century Fiction. David W. Page, MD, Body Trauma, a Writer’s Guide to Wounds and Injuries. Carolyn Howard-Johnson, The Frugal Book Promoter.
Christina Katz, Get Known Before the Book Deal. Hallie Ephron, Writing and Selling Your Mystery Novel. The book was the source for the film 'Andre' (). Night Train at Wiscasset Station: An Unforgettable Portrait of Maine and Its People, which is considered one of the classic Maine books.
The book combines Dietz's words with Kosti Ruohomaa's () black and white photographs of ordinary rural and fishing industry Mainers.
Many people like all things Maine. Some of us like to delve into the history of Maine. Just Write Books offers several books--both nonfiction and fiction--to satisfy the reader who enjoys learning about Maine history.
From town histories that give you the flavor of many Maine towns, to an historically accurate novel that follows the travails of little known Mainer to histories of families or.
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To find out, I approached the Maine Crime Writers community, a gang of some 20 authors, with more than books among them, who jointly maintain a blog that gets nea visits a month.
The blog isn’t limited to matters of crime writing — one post, by former Hartland librarian John Clark, is about a bottle redemption center; another. For all her wandering, her summer home and favorite cruising grounds remain along the coast of Maine—the history and rugged beauty of its sparsely populated out-islands serving as inspiration for much of her fiction, including her popular Maine-based Island Mystery Series.
Her debut novel, Hunter Huntress, was published in Britain in Show All Anthology Children’s Crime/Thriller Fiction Film/Drama Lifestyle Maine-Themed Memoir Nonfiction Poetry Short Fiction Short Nonfiction Speculative Fiction Young Adult For Hire Copy Writing Freelance Writing Grant Writing Journalism Technical Writing.
Clifford wrote history books for adults and children about Maine and New England. Selected Bibliography Books for Adults. Maine and Her People () Boothbay Region to () You and Your Job in Maine () Charlie York: Maine Coast Fisherman () Juvenile Books.
America, My Home Then and Now () Canada, My Neighbor ( Jane Brox wrote three books about her family farm and the history of agriculture in Dracut, Massachusetts, before writing her most recent book, the critically acclaimed Brilliant: The Evolution of Artificial Light (Houghton Mifflin, July ).
“I call Brilliant my Maine book,” she says, “because I began it when I moved to Maine.”. A Christian Classical School Reading List: 7th grade, Reading List. 34 books — 11 voters Juvenile/YA Historical Fiction. She spent most of her adult life away from Maine but wrote of it with passion. She wrote novels, autobiographies, historical biographies, and books about writing and literature, as well as other non-fiction works.
In she received the Hale Award, given annually to a distinguished writer with a connection to New England. Although she died in her 40s, she was a prolific writer of children's and adult books, and she was the first woman to win the Newbery Medal, for Hitty: Her First Hundred Years ().
A sequel to Hitty, titled Rachel Field's Hitty: Her First Hundred Years with New Adventures, was written by Rosemary Wells and illustrated by Susan Jeffers (). (shelved 2 times as historical-fiction-juvenile) avg rating — 34, ratings — published She is a Maine native now living in Kentucky, and a member of Sisters in Crime, American Christian Fiction Writers, and KenTen Writers.
Her books have won several awards including the Carol Award for her novel The Prisoners Wife; the Faith, Hope, and Love Inspirational Readers' Choice Award for The Prisoner's Wife and The Lumberjack's Lady.Another school year is upon us, so I’ve gathered a list of back to school reads for juvenile fiction (grades ).There’s something for everyone in these stories: humor, mystery, adventure and, most of all, important lessons about growing up.
The Reinvention of Bessica Lefter by Kristen Tracy. Eleven-year-old Bessica’s plans to begin North Teton Middle School as a new person begin to.