Finding Authors

Lois Szymanski

Sarah Weeks
  1. Read In! 2002 - May 16, 2002 - "THE READ IN! begins at 8:00 AM ET/5:00 AM PT (in the United States) and each of the twenty-three authors appears online for one half hour until 7:30 PM ET/4:30 PM PT (US time)."

  2. Authors and illustrators on the Web- "The websites listed here include authors' personal websites and websites maintained by fans, scholars, and readers."

  3. Invite an author - "This site lists links to the web sites of children's book authors who visit schools."

  4. Internet Public Library Youth Division - Reading Zone--Books & Authors - This site contains "biographical information, a photo and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) with answers from that author or illustrator"

  5. Author Studies - Scholastic - - Scholastic
    Includes alphabetical listing of authors as well as link to: Poetry Workshop, Biography Workshops, Folktales Workshops, Myth Workshops and Fairy Tales Workshops

  6. The Author Corner - "...a place to meet authors and illustrators of children's and young adult books" This site also contains links for librarians.

  7. Alexlibris's Meet the Author Program - Students can ask their favorite author questions about their books and about writing in general.

  8. Author Websites - Contains over 200 links to author websites

  9. Authors, Books and Online stories - A library site in Oklahoma that has links to authors and their books as well as links to online stories.

  10. Author Chats - Hosted by Classroom Connect, this site brings authors and students together in supervised online chats. Visit the website for the monthly schedule of authors.


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Authors in Residence: links to our yearly programs
|Sarah Weeks 1999-2000 | Sarah Weeks 2000-2001 | Sarah Weeks 2001-2002 |
Lois Szymanski 1999-2000 | Lois Szymanski 2000-2001 | Lois Szymanski 2001-2002 |

Authors in Residence Online prepared by Betty Ryall and Patti Weeg
for the National Title 1 Conference - Tampa, Florida: January 24-26, 2002
| Authors in Residence | Elementary Math Students in the CyberZone |
January 2002