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Melissa Wiley
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The latest from +Damn interesting: "Alarming events were in store for Sicily at the beginning of the summer of 1831..."
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Absolutely! Can't wait for the Season 5!
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My recap of last night's Downton. I'm serious about wanting to see that montage, guys.
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"The men from London arrived just in time to see Mary Toft give birth to her fifteenth rabbit..."
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I sure hope #8 is actually little darlin Clementine and not a dismembered rabbit. Eesh.
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Love your recaps.
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A spelling app, a homemade timeline game, a smidge of geneology--a peek at our homeschooling lives.
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Phooey there's no android app :(
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The Prairie Thief, Inch & Roly, Fox and Crow Are Not Friends.
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Children's book author; GeekMom editor.
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I write books for kids, including:

The Prairie Thief (Margaret K. McElderry Books)

Visit my website for more info.

I'm also a writer and editor at GeekMom.com(Here's a list of other GeekMom writers on Google+.)

I live in San Diego with my writer husband and our six kids. We're a bunch of rowdy, geeky, book-loving homeschoolers. I've been blogging our adventures at Here in the Bonny Glen since 2005. I also cowrite a webcomic, Into the Thicklebit, with my husband, Scott Peterson, and illustrator Chris Gugliotti.

Kidlitosphere MASTER LIST: if you're a children's book or YA author, illustrator, editor, blogger, reviewer, librarian, etc—click here and add yourself to the master list we are compiling!

Debbie Ohi has a wonderful Kidlit/YA directory going as well.
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San Diego, CA
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Crozet, VA - Astoria, Queens, NY - Greensboro, NC - Fredericksburg, VA - Aurora, CO
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Karen Edmisten: What Do a Teacher and Melissa Wiley Have in Common?
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They both thought that a video of Lissa reading Hanna's Christmas would be a great idea. It was! It is! I was lucky enough, a few years ago,

The Other Scott Peterson: Uncivil War and structure
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Blame it on Hugh Howey. It's all his fault. Back in March of 2012, one of my favorite people from my college days, Anne-Marie, recommended a

This Is Not America
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There was a period in my life where I'd guess I listened to David Bowie at least 20 or 30 hours per week; for about 18 months, he was very n

Rilla Goes to Oz - Here in the Bonny Glen
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Illustration by John R. Neill I loved the Oz books as a kid. Loooooved them. Collected the whole series, the Baum-authored ones plus a coupl

Here Comes High Tide - Here in the Bonny Glen
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The Story of Science: Newton at the Center by Joy Hakim. Our history spine for the high-tide parts of our year. Yup, history: Hakim’s Story

Shakespeare in eleven steps
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1. Begin early. The Misses M-mv (now fifteen and seventeen) met the bard in Kenneth Branagh's Henry V ("O Kate! Nice customs curtsey to grea

The Humble Indie Bundle 6: Pay what you want for awesome games and help ...
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Pay whatever you want to get Dustforce, Rochard, Shatter, S.P.A.Z., Torchlight, Vessel, and five breathtaking soundtracks -- all while suppo

Authorship - Webmaster Tools Help
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Help articles; Webmaster essentials; My site and Google; Using Webmaster Tools; Sitemaps; Help forum; Checklist; Get started; Webmaster Guid

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#YAY06: The Lost Art of Penmanship
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At Quarterly, we get really excited about sending you actual paper letters. We take pride in carrying the analog torch. But the latest lette

What I found at Wondercon - Here in the Bonny Glen
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What I found at Wondercon. April 3, 2013 @ 5:15 pm | Filed under: Fox and Crow Are Not Friends. It's been quiet on the blog this week becaus

Teen Reading List for Spring
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I had been worrying throughout the fall that my 13yo wasn’t reading enough. She was doing a lot of rereading old books, leafing through comi

This Just In Bun Toons! YAY!
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I'm fairly sure this is verbatim. I was taking notes quickly as it aired... I have to admit, I didn't see the news clip when it originally a

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Round Grump
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It's been a crappy week/2 weeks. I'm spending big chunks of every day with my mother in the "rehab" (the new term for nursing home) telling

The Other Scott Peterson: The Zar Gets Press!
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Two local online newspapers have articles today about Inheritance: Long Live the Zar. The first is my old hometown of Simsbury, Connecticut

The tweets you should follow in a crisis aren't necessarily the most obv...
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Some interesting research based on the Arab Spring uprisings suggests that the best people to follow on Twitter during a crisis are often no