Posts tagged Science/Chemistry/Biology/Physics
Michael Dooling, Author & Illustrator of Children's Books

Even reluctant readers will join in on the fun. My assembly program is a behind-the-scenes look at creating picture books: how I research extensively at museums and libraries.

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Artie Bennett, Children's Author

Artie Bennett is an executive copy editor by day and a writer by night. He is the author of a quartet of hilarious picture books: The Butt Book, his first “mature” work and winner of the Reuben Award; Poopendous!, his “number two” picture book; Peter Panda Melts Down!, an adorable departure from derrières and doo; and the explosively funny Belches, Burps, and Farts - Oh My! The merriment continued in 2018 when Artie published a riotous joke and riddle book: The Universe’s Greatest Dinosaur Jokes and Pre-Hysteric Puns, A companion book, The Universe’s Greatest School Jokes and Rip-Roaring Riddles, published in May 2019. And another hilarious, educational picture book, What’s Afoot! Your Complete, Offbeat Guide to Feet, will follow in 2019.

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Linda Maria Frank, Author, Lecturer, Local Access TV Producer

With the introduction of Annie Tillery Mysteries, Linda Maria Frank has been launching her career as an author. Inspired by a childhood passion for Nancy Drew mysteries and the popular television series, CSI, she successfully married an appealing heroine (Annie Tillery) with gripping story plots to create a new fiction series.

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Debra Wideroe, Award Winning Environmentally-Focused Children's Author, Professor, and Key Note Speaker

I have a Master's degree from Harvard University and was fortunate to study under Dr. Gerry Lesser, one of the innovators and co-creators of Sesame Street. I am a Visiting Professor at Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA and the recipient of the global Charles H. Sandage Excellence in Teaching Award. I work actively with a myriad of non-profit agencies and have for my entire life.

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Sarah Campbell, Children's Author/Illustrator

Sarah C. Campbell creates picture books with facts and photographs. Her latest book, Mysterious Patterns: Finding Fractals in Nature (Boyds Mills Press, 2014), is her second book that explains an interesting mathematical pattern and explores the ways it shows up in nature.

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Sandra Miller MD, Family Physician, Author, Writing Coach

Sandra Miller has spent most of her career in academic family medicine, teaching at Banner Good Samaritan residency in Phoenix, Arizona, now the University of Arizona Family Medicine Residency. She is a professor at the University of Arizona College of Medicine.

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Shannon DeVivo, Children's Author and Professional Engineer

I love inspiring young students to achieve their full potential. There are so many students who feel that engineering is beyond their capabilities, but that's just not true. I have made it my life's mission to inspire young students to consider all the careers that a degree in engineering can lead to.

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Carmela Dutra, Speaker, Presenter, Award-Winning Children's Author & Illustrator of STEM Picture Books

A good non-fiction story should be more than just a bunch of facts. Non-fiction stories should be fun and entertaining. That's exactly what I try to do with every Little Katie book.

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Suzie Olsen, Children's Author and Systems Engineer

As a female engineer, promoting diversity in STEM professions is very important to me. According to the US Census Bureau's 2009 American Community Survey (ACS), women comprise just 24 percent of STEM workers (in the US). And specific to my profession, engineering, the number of women is only 12 percent (SWE.org). The percentage of minorities in STEM is even lower.

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Kim Bogren Owen, Children's Author, Early Childhood Education Consultant/Trainer

Kim Bogren Owen, as a child, became inspired by The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy to write. These stories, among others, and a childhood spent playing in the foothills of Colorado Springs, became the inspiration for her desire to help children see the world as a magical, wondrous place.

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Carol Hageman, Children's Author

Bubby's Puddle Pond: A Tortuga's Tale of the Desert is a fun story and educational in nature. It is my mission to promote adoption and proper care of desert tortoises, help children appreciate the Sonoran desert and develop interest in sciene related topics of the sonoran deser

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Conrad J. Storad, Children's Science & Nature Author

Nonfiction books should be fun. That's my goal with each and every book I write. I have programs to fit every age group and grade level. “Tales from the Sonoran Desert” is designed for primary grade students. I use multimedia, puppets and props to do animated readings for younger children: preschool, kindergarten, or primary and intermediate elementary grade students.

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Jane Frances Ruby, Young Adult Author, Professional Speaker, Writing Enthusiast

JANE FRANCES RUBY never enjoyed writing unless for an academic degree or paycheck. After years of writing technical papers in the chemical industry, she longed to write fiction.The opportunity arose when she came to Phoenix. Volunteering at her daughters' library, Ruby noticed a lack of fictional Arizona adventures for the junior high readers.

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