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Maasai Women
Maasai women in villages in the Maasai Mara outside of Nairobi, Kenya, wear colorful clothing and make beautiful beaded necklaces, bracelets, and belts, amon...
Curriculum: History/Social Science, English/Language Arts
Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
12.  Web Site
Educational Paperback Association: Alice Dalgliesh
Read about children's book author Alice Dalgliesh. This site offers an autobiographical statement by Dalgliesh and provides a list of her works. Dalgliesh is...
Curriculum: Reading
13.  Web Site
The Official Joy Cowley Website
Explore the world of Joy Cowley, children's author. She has written over fifty books for children and young adults, and over 600 titles over a wide range of ...
Curriculum: Reading
14.  Web Site
New Zealand Book Council: Joy Cowley
Find the incredible extent of the works by Joy Cowley in this article by the New Zealand Book Council. Cowley has written over fifty books for children and y...
Curriculum: Reading
15.  Web Site
Boyds Mills Press: Joy Cowley
Learn about children's book author Joy Cowley. Cowley has written over fifty books for children and over 500 Early Reading Books, as well as adult literature...
Curriculum: Reading
16.  Web Site
Beads on a String: The Art of Barbara Cooney
Visit this site about Barbara's Cooney's artwork for children and her many accomplishments. Cooney offers some thoughts on her work and why she makes books f...
Curriculum: Reading
17.  Web Site
Making Picture Books: The Pictures: Barbara Cooney
Read children author Barbara Cooney's personal account about her life as an author and illustrator. Twice awarded Caldecott medals for her work, Cooney's wor...
Curriculum: Reading
18.  Web Site
Penguin Group: Eleanor Coerr
Discover the remarkable story of children's book author Eleanor Coerr, whose work set in motion the World Peace Project. This site offers a biography on the...
Curriculum: Reading
19.  Web Site
Princeton University: Artist-in-Residence Lynne...
Explore the life and inspirations of children's book author and illustrator Lynne Cherry. In this article from Princeton University, Cherry comments on the i...
Curriculum: Reading
20.  Web Site
Generation Green: An Interview with Lynne Cherry
Listen to the interview by children's environmental author Lynne Cherry. Cherry discusses her views on environmentalism, the role of literature, and the role...
Curriculum: Reading


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