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Candace Fleming
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Author of biographies, novels, and picture books for children and teens.
Author of biographies, novels, and picture books for children and teens.

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And look who else I found at a tea shop. It's Nicky... or Tsar Nicholas II, for those who don't know him as intimately as I do.
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Romania! I love this country.
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A podcast about Ben Franklin’s In My Bathroom. "During the 2017 NCTE conference Colby [Sharp] talked with Candace Fleming about Ben Franklin’s in My Bathroom, the first book in her new middle grade series. It turns out Colby actually played a part in how the series came to be."
http://bit.ly/2K6K36s
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Such a hoot of a story—90 years ago this month! The Day Amelia Earhart Dropped in For Dinner.
“It was rumored that, once the repairs were made to her aircraft, she used one of her silk stockings to filter the gas for her plane. Even today, area residents fondly talk about the day the world famous aviatrix dropped in to McNeal.”
http://bit.ly/2NPNB2t
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I am continually impressed by the dedication and creativity of literacy innovators around the world. Here's a heart-warming report from OvidiuRo in Romania. http://bit.ly/2x8M0eF @AsocOvidiuRo
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For those of you reading The Amazing Collection of Joey Cornell, the Philadelphia Museum of Art has a wonderful search tool that allows you to search their collection for works and papers by certain artists. Here are some of their Joseph Cornell pieces…
http://bit.ly/2PCiNzu
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A shout-out to teachers and librarians—THANK YOU for all you do. May this next school year be a wonderful one for you and your students!
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A read-a-loud of Papa’s Mechanical Fish—nicely done.
http://bit.ly/2N3D9kp
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Teachers—as you begin putting together your fall plans…don’t forget about this book of true ghost stories! Readers will meet walking corpses and witness demonic possession, all against the backdrop of Chicago's rich history—the Great Depression, the World's Fair, Al Capone and his fellow gangsters. History can be learned in unexpected ways!
http://bit.ly/2MrIaWY
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