MASL 2011 Welcomes the following authors to the Friday Mid-Atlantic Author Signing & Luncheon

Wendy Mass


Wendy Mass is the author of six novels for young people, including A Mango-Shaped Space (which was awarded the Schneider Family Book Award by the American Library Association), Leap Day, the Twice Upon a Time fairy tale series, and Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life, which earned a starred review in Publishers Weekly magazine. Wendy Mass has had several nominees for the Maryland Black-Eyed Susan Book Award including 11 Birthdays and Every Soul a Star. Her book, 11 Birthdays, is the recipient of the 2010-2011 Award. She followed those with Finally and the forthcoming 13 Gifts.



Natalie Standiford - http://www.nataliestandiford.com - the author of the Black-Eyed Susan book How to say goodbye in Robot.

E.D. Baker - http://www.edbakerbooks.com - the author of the Tales Of The Frog Princess Series.

Amy S. Hansen - http://amyshansen.com - the author of the My Science Library Series.

Kathy M.Miller - http://www.chippychipmunk.com- author/photographer of Chippy Chipmunk Parties in the Garden and presenting
"Click! Snap! FLASH! Using Photography to Stimulate Writing" during Session 6.

Jerdine Nolen - http://www.jerdinenolen.com - author of Eliza's freedom road : an Underground Railroad diary.

Lara Ambler and Marla Burt - http://www.bigskyeranch.com- authors of an award winning ebook and presenting
"How Will Kids Read?" during Session 5.

Daryl Cobb - http://authorvisitsbydarylcobb.com/ - presenting "Teaching Through Creative Arts" during Session 7.

Gordon Korman - Letter of thanks upon receiving his Black-Eyed Susan plaques.


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