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Meet the author, ask her a question, and take a look at the books she's written.
http://www.sheilakeenan.com/
Official site for this author/illustrator whose works include Abuela, A Monster in the House, and The City by the Bay.
http://www.elisakleven.com/
Read this author's biography, see what books he has written, and preview the ones that are on their way.
http://www.stephenkrensky.com/
Author and illustrator known for stories about Zelda & Ivy. Read her biography, find out what she has written, and more.
http://www.lmkbooks.com/
Read some riddles, rhymes, and puzzles at this Portugese, Spanish, and English site.
http://www.angela-lago.com.br/
Author of picture books for elementary age children with math, science and more.
http://www.loreenleedy.com/
Learn about the author of Miracle Max and find out about her real dog, Max.
http://www.MiracleMaxCorp.com/
Biographical information, a few pictures, reviews of her books, and info on many of the stories she wrote.
http://www.alcottweb.com/
Find out all about this auhor, read some samples from his books, and more.
http://www.davidlubar.com/
Includes this author's biography, descriptions of her books and how she wrote them, and illustrations.
http://www.franmanushkin.com/
Join this prolific author on her official site and learn all about her life, her books, and check out some photos.
http://www.margaretwisebrown.com/
This childrens' author offers lesson plans, book reviews, and information about her novel.
http://www.nancymatson.com/
Learn about this author of adventure fiction stories for young adult boys.
http://www.southernskies.com/
Com great information about this wonderful author's life, his books, fun games to play, and lots more.
http://www.roalddahl.com/
Learn about the historic home of Louisa May Alcott in Concord, MA.
http://www.louisamayalcott.org/