We recently created original multimedia resources with author Ann Bausum for customers in Texas. In these original Book Readings you’ll hear Ann share her personal connection to writing Freedom Riders: John Lewis and Jim Zwerg on the Front Lines of the Civil Rights Movement (National Geographic, 2006) and With Courage and Cloth: Winning the Fight for a Woman’s […]
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Customers in Indiana recently asked us to create original multimedia resources with author April Pulley Sayre. In these original Book Readings you’ll hear April explain her personal inspiration for writing some of her books and then read a short excerpt from each one. These audio Book Readings are excellent to share with students before, during, and/or after […]
Customers in San Antonio, TX recently asked us to create original multimedia resources with author Matt de la Peña. Matt was the keynote speaker at the 2009 Library Resource Roundup and also presented at the NYC Office of Library Services 2009 fall conference. He is the author of Ball Don’t Lie (Delacorte, 2005) and Mexican […]
Customers in Madison, WI recently asked us to create original multimedia resources with authors Virginia Euwer Wolff and Blake Nelson. Virginia Euwer Wolff is the award-winning author of the Make Lemonade Trilogy. Blake Nelson’s novel, Paranoid Park (Penguin, 2006), was made into a film by director Gus Van Sant. It’s our great pleasure to announce […]
A educator recently let us know that she would love to hear author Kate Klise pronounce her name. So, here it is: Kate’s Author Name Pronunciation. And, we got her sister’s too. She’s the illustrator M. Sarah Klise, with whom Sarah often collaborates. Hear author Kate Klise pronounce and tell about her name. […]
We strive to make the TeachingBooks.net collection and site relevant for our customers, so it’s always a pleasure to produce or add new multimedia resources about the books you are studying. This post introduces a new category of posts on our blog that we’re calling “Resources Upon Request.” These posts will outline how TeachingBooks.net can […]