|My newest book for kids was released in August (2012). It’s part of a creative writing series for middle grade through high school students.
The book is called Write a Romance in Five Simple Steps.
About the Book
This is the second novel I’ve written for Enslow Publisher’s historical fiction adventure series. And, this time, the book will be available in paperback (as well as library bound hardback copies), making the book more affordable for parents and grandparents to purchase for their children and grandchildren. Way to go, Enslow!
Galena, an eleven-year-old Russian-Jewish immigrant, lives in New York City with her family and works at the Triangle Shirtwaist Company factory with her older sister Anya. The factory pays low wages and has terrible working conditions, making Anya yearn to join a union. Soon a horrible fire guts the factory leaving Galena with painful, horrific memories. Follow author Suzanne Lieurance in this dramatic historical fiction novel, as she describes how Galena uses the support of friends, family, and Jewish traditions to inspire her to fight for workers rights.
From School Library Journal
Title: The Reveres: A Family Forced Apart
An African American girl describes the joys of all different kinds of shoelaces in this Rookie Reader beginning reader.
All Rookie Readers actively engage young readers, encouraging language development, building fluency, and promoting independent reading. By targeting a skill, like learning about rhymes, young readers are building fundamental reading skills with the help of fun, lively, colorfully illustrated stories.
This book is part of the Civilizations of the Ancient World series from Enslow Publishers.
This book is part of Enslow Publishers’ In American History series.
Rookie Readers are easy readers designed for children who are just learning to read. In PENNIES, readers find out why one little girl needs to find just ONE more penny so she’ll have a nickel.
Learn all about the people, the landmark, and other highlights of all 50 states. This book comes with a 6 ft. wall chart of fun facts and other information.
This was my very first published book. It provides information on landmarks, museums, parks, sports activities, entertainment, restaurants, and other things to see and do in Kansas City, Missouri.
|Describes the preparations for the last flight of the Challenger, the reasons why it exploded, and the effect of the disaster on American space efforts, outlines the Teacher in Space program, and profiles the seven astronauts killed.|