Thank you, Alison Morris, for directing me to the book sculptures of Su Blackwell. Here are a few that are particularly apt for this blog, but the others are extraordinary too, many from classical children’s stories.
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I’m Monica Edinger, a teacher, writer, and reviewer. My first book for children is Africa is My Home: A Child of the Amistad. You can learn more about me, this blog, and my work here.
November 22, 2014.National Council of Teachers of English. "Crossing the Line: Storytelling that Integrates Facts and Artifacts." Gaylord National Resort, National Harbor, VA.
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