writing back: authors affirming the next generation of writers

Ward, David
October 2005
Teacher Librarian;Oct2005, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p39
Academic Journal
This article explores how authors influence young readers and writers through personal correspondence and email. The article also provides suggestions for teacher-librarians and teachers to use with their students when encouraging them to correspond with authors. It supports emphasis on author studies and connections to literature.


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