CLiF’s wonderful roster of authors/illustrators/comics/storytellers have created content to use until CLiF can get them safely back to in-person presentations. We will keep it updated!

Marek Bennett:
Comics at home and beyond
More workshops
– Marek’s new book – Rabbit’s new graphic novel about art, education, immigration & more in the Middle East…

Ann Braden:
3-part video on creative writing

Simon Brooks:
– New podcast for kids – Lindyline, described as “a high adventure, fantasy with elven folk, giants, witches and wizards, plot turns and twists ideal for young people. Middle (maybe) to upper elementary age and up.” New episodes at 1pm

Terry Farish:
Learning opportunities

Matt Forrest Esenwine:
– Materials to go along with Don’t Ask a Dinosaur!

Karen Gross:
– Academic article on the impact of school closings
Lady Lucy’s Quest made list on best books for building determination

Sy Montgomery:
– Resources available for her non-fiction books. Temple Grandin, two teacher’s guides, and Quest for the Tree Kangaroo has her entire field diary online

Gina Perry:
Drawing Peanut video
– Read aloud: Too Much! Not Enough!

Eric Pinder:
Here are some great activities to go along with the book If All the Animals Came Inside – easy to imagine in our world!

Jan Reynolds:
– Follow her book project Loving Kindness in Nepal
– Anyone who would like to photograph “how they show kindness” can send it to the hashtag #howdoyoushowkindness. If they send the photo to Jan, with an address and permission to use it, there will a collage of photos from students around the world showing kindness in the book she is making

Chris Tebbetts:
Workshops of character development and good beginnings and reading from Stranded

Sandra Neil Wallace:
BETWEEN THE LINESDiscussion Guide and read aloud
FIRST GENERATION:  Discussion Guide and a podcast

Liza Woodruff:
“Fun Stuff!”

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