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ROWENA RAE

Best for: STEM lessons

Rowena Rae, author of Rachel Carson and Ecology for Kids,  worked as a biologist in New Zealand and Canada before turning to a freelance science writing and editing career, during which she has contributed to numerous science magazines and textbooks. Visit her online at www.rowenarae.com.

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JON ETTER

Best for: Language Arts Lessons

Jon Etter grew up in his local library in Forrest, Illinois (population 1200 and some dogs), and eventually migrated north to Wisconsin, where he has taught high school English for the past twenty years. When not teaching or attempting to domesticate his two children, Jon has written a number of proper tales, including A Dreadful Fairy Book and Another Dreadful Fairy Book.

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MARYANN F. KOHL

Best for: Art Lessons

As a child growing up, MaryAnn F. Kohl enjoyed art, reading, music, and playing outside building forts in the woods. She currently shares her love of learning and art through workshops at educational conferences throughout the United States. She is the author of more than 20 books, including Discovering Great Artists, Science Arts, Storybook Art, Great American Artists for Kids, and MathArts.

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STEVE METZGER

Best for: Educational Story Times

Steve Metzger is the award-winning author of more than seventy children's books, including Yes, I Can Listen!The Way I Act (approved for classroom use by the California Department of Education), Detective Blue (IRA-CBC Children's Choice List), and Pluto Visits Earth! (ABC Best Books for Children). He lives in New York City with his wife and daughter. For more information: www.stevemetzgerbooks.com.

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BOBBY MERCER

Best for: STEM Lessons

Bobby Mercer has been sharing the fun of science for more than two decades as a high school physics teacher. He is the author of the Junk Drawer series, including Junk Drawer Physics, Junk Drawer Chemistry, and Junk Drawer Engineering.

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ROSANNE TOLIN

Best for: Language Arts Lessons

Author of More than Marmalade, Rosanne Tolin has focused her journalism work primarily on children's publications, serving as the former managing editor of Guideposts for Kids magazine and the Guideposts for Kids website. For more about the author, visit www.rosannetolin.com.

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JANIE CHODOSH

Best for: STEM lessons

Janie Chodosh is the author of The Elephant Doctor of India and coauthor of Wild Lives: Leading Conservationists on the Animals and the Planet They Love. A former elementary and middle-school educator, she now teaches ecology and environmental science at Santa Fe Community College and is an avid birdwatching guide. She lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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JACKIE YEAGER

Best for: Language Arts Lessons

Jackie Yeager is an author whose middle grade Crimson Five series inspires children to think more, work hard, and dream big. She holds a master's degree in education and spent several years coaching Odyssey of the Mind, where her team once-upon-a-time competed at the World Finals. She lives in Rochester, NY with her real life prince charming and two royally amazing teens. When she's not writing, she can be found conducting creative problem solving/writing workshops for kids and blogging at www.swirlandspark.com. You can also connect with her on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

 

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