Carolyn Cory Scoppettone

After working as a newspaper reporter in Los Angeles, Carolyn Cory Scoppettone moved to small town New England to raise her children. Her new job as a freelance writer allowed time for walks in the woods. The children would race ahead, returning frequently with woodland treasures. Their sheer joy at exploring nature inspired Carolyn to […]

Anna Crowley Redding

Anna Crowley Redding is an Emmy-award winning investigative journalist. The recipient of multiple Edward R. Murrow awards and recognized by the Associated Press for her reporting, Anna now focuses on digging up great stories for kids—which, as it turns out, is her true passion. She is the author of the young adult nonfiction titles, Google […]

Kathryn Olmstead

Kathryn Olmstead is a former Bangor Daily News columnist and editor/ publisher of Echoes magazine, based in Caribou, Maine, which she co-founded in 1988. She served 25 years on the journalism faculty of the University of Maine in Orono, the last six as associate dean in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Her writing […]

Riel Nason

Riel Nason is a Canadian writer living in New Brunswick. She writes for both adults and children. Her debut novel The Town That Drowned won the Commonwealth Book Prize for Canada and Europe and the Margaret and John Savage First Book Award. More recently, she is the author of the bestselling picture book The Little […]

Cheryl Dawn Buchan

Cheryl Dawn Buchan has been writing stories since she was a small child growing up in Quispamsis, NB, and A Calf for Olive is her first book. The book was inspired by a young woman she met driving an accessible bus. She has also served as a Beaver and Scout leader, T-ball and softball coach, […]

Angèle Delaunois

Angèle Delaunois is no stranger to the world of literature. Her books have been translated into English, Spanish, Catalan, Portugueseand Korean. With a precise and flowing style, she captures and shares feelings and emotions. Filled with curiosity, Angèle Delaunois’ books reach a vast audience, from pre-school readers to young adults. Several of her books have […]

Janet Coulter Sanford

Janet Coulter Sanford is a book lover. Throughout her thirty-year career as an English teacher, she championed Canadian literature and fostered a love of reading in many students. A graduate of Mount Allison and Dalhousie Universities, she lives in Moncton, NB, with her husband, John, and her incorrigible golden retriever, Kristy. Memories on the Bounty […]

Nicola Pierce

Nicola Pierce published her first book, a children’s novel called Spirit of the Titanic, to rave reviews in 2011. City of Fate, her second book, transported readers deep into the Russian city of Stalingrad during the Second World War. She is also the author of Behind the Walls and Kings of the Boyne, both set […]

Jeanne Mour

Jeanne Mour was born in Cambrai, France. Growing up she often heard: “Oh, stop it with these stories of yours!” She didn’t stop and now she performs them for children in museums, in forests, in public librairies, at the Pompidou Centre in Paris, carried on by the wind of her imagination and her flute. And […]

Jane Doucet

Jane Doucet is a journalist whose articles have appeared in myriad national magazines, including Chatelaine and Canadian Living. In 2017 she self-published her debut novel, The Pregnant Pause, which was shortlisted for a 2018 Whistler Independent Book Award. Jane lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia, with her husband. She is working on her third novel, which will combine characters and […]