CLiF is honored to partner with more than 65 accomplished children’s book authors, illustrators, poets, and storytellers who give inspiring presentations on our behalf to thousands of children across New Hampshire and Vermont.
Rajnii is adept in engaging authentic youth voice from elementary to high school by utilizing creative expression and call and response to inspire young people to create their own pieces as well further their love for wordplay and literacy.
Randee has presented as a master storyteller and poet to youth, college students, and adults at theatres, arts festivals, coffee shops, art galleries and schools.
Duncan founded CLiF in 1998. He has given hundreds of literacy presentations to children and parents throughout New Hampshire and Vermont. His vision and leadership have helped CLiF mature into an organization that has inspired thousands of low-income, at-risk, and rural children and given millions worth of brand-new books to children and struggling communities.
Erin E. Moulton is the author of FLUTTER (Penguin, 2011), TRACING STARS (Penguin, 2012), CHASING THE MILKY WAY (Penguin, 2014), and KEEPERS OF THE LABYRINTH(Penguin, 2015). She is also editor of the forthcoming anthology THINGS WE HAVEN’T SAID (Zest, 2017).
Rebecca Rupp, a scientist turned writer, is the award-winning author of many fiction and non-fiction books for children, among them The Dragon of Lonely Island, Octavia Boone’s Big Questions, and After Eli.
Born and raised in Vermont, Lindsey Stoddard taught middle school English in New York City for ten years before receiving her MFA in Creative Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts and writing two middle grade novels.
Phoebe Stone is the author of seven novels for middle readers, including The Boy on Cinnamon Street, and the author and illustrator of three picture books.