The award-winning YA novel, The French Impressionist by Rebecca Bischoff is an intensely emotional narrative told from the perspective of a fifteen-year-old girl from Idaho who struggles with severe apraxia and longs for the freedom of a new identity. This riveting, complex, and thought-provoking tale is one of the most impactful YA novels you'll read this year.
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Catherine Keegan is the winner of our #ReverseATrope Writing Contest. Here is her submission, Wishful Thinking. Great job Catherine, we loved your story!
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Tara V. Thompson, author of Morgan Otter Saves the Sea Turtles, answers questions about her inspiration and how she hopes it will influence young readers.
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When you first talk to the Customer Relations Manager—or any manager at a Barnes and Noble location—the most important thing is to be polite and straight forward. Tell them right away that your purpose is to schedule a signing event and that you particularly like their location. Always keep your ISBN (International Standard Book Number) handy because they will ask for it.
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Morgan is bouncing in her seat as Mum drives towards the camp. She is so excited about all of the animals she will get to see this week. She is also nervous about meeting new people because she never knows what to say at first, but she is hoping that she meets a couple of fun kids. She is tired of playing by herself, as she has for the past week, and she thinks that a new friend would definitely make this week even better.
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