My Latest Scholastic Kids Press Corps Article: Writing for Kids

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Hi there blogosphere!

I would like to tell you about my latest Scholastic News Kids Press Corps article.

It is about conversations I had with four middle-grade authors at the Lititz Kid Lit Festival in Lititz PA.

Here’s the blurb – “Four authors talk about the joys and challenges of writing for middle-graders.”

Find out what Isaiah Campbell,

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Amy Ignatow,

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Matthew Cody,

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and Dianne Salerni have to say about writing for middle-graders.

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Click HERE to read the whole story on the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps blog.



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16 replies

  1. Very enlightening article, Erik! And not trying to embarrass you or anything but you’re growing up so fast!

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  2. Excellent article, Erik! I love how the authors address that kids shouldn’t be completely shielded from the more difficult realities of life. Great stuff πŸ™‚

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  3. Reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog and commented:
    Ace Reporter / Blogger / Author Erik catches and interviews four authors πŸ˜€

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  4. Very interesting article, Erik. You are making a valuable place for yourself in the world of authors and educators.
    I’m proud of you.

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  5. Terrific article, Erik! And how awesome to interview these amazing authors.

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  6. Good interviews and reporting. And as a MG author myself, I completely agree that MG is challenging to present “real world” issues in an appropriate light. I try to show things realistically, but in a way MGers will be able to learn from. Great stuff, Erik!

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  7. What an opportunity to interview such wonderful authors. I enjoyed your article and continue to see a budding journalist in you. You write very well!

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