GUEST POSTS: NSTA Linking Literacy, NSTA National Convention, Boston, MA. 9 am – 3 pm, April 4, 2020.
The National Science Teacher’s Association has invited authors of Outstanding Science Trade Books and Best Stem Books to discuss literacy and children’s books at a special Literacy Event. 14 of these authors have contributed guest posts to run from January 7 – April 2, 2020.

See the full author list and the date on which they’ll post at Linking Literacy 2020

Guest Posts by Science Authors

Here’s the schedule of authors and when they will post!


January 15 Jessica Fries-Gaither Exemplary Evidence: Scientists and Their Data
January 17 Heather Montgomery Something Rotten: A Fresh Look at Roadkill
January 22 Anna Crowley Redding Google It: A History of Google
January 24 Laurie Wallmark Hedy Lamarr’s Double Life
January 29 Baptiste Paul I Am Farmer: Growing an Environmental Movement in Cameroon
January 31 Miranda Paul Nine Months: Before a Baby is Born
February 5 Anita Sanchez Rotten! Vultures, Beetles, Slime, and Nature’s Other Decomposers
February 7 Shana Keller Ticktock Banneker’s Clock
February 12 Tracy Nelson Maurer John Deere, That’s Who!
February 14 HP Newquist The Book of Chocolate
February 19 Carla Billups/Dawn Cusick The Fungus Among Us, the Good, the Bad, and the Downright Scary
February 21 Ann Rubino Emmet’s Storm & Inga’s Amazing Ideas
February 26 Mary Kay Carson Alexander Graham Bell for Kids
February 28 Darcy Pattison Clang
March 5 Jodi Wheeler-Toppen Dog Science Unleashed
March 7 Suzanne Slade Countdown: 2979 Days to the Moon
March 12 Melissa Stewart Pipsqueaks, Slowpokes, and Stinkers
March 14 Carrie J. Launius & Christine Royce, Ph.D Science and STEM Investigates Books
March 19 Jen Swanson Astronaut-Aquanaut
March 21 Patricia Newman Eavesdropping on Elephants
March 26 Heidi E.Y. Stemple Counting Birds
March 28

Jennifer Ward

Mama Dug a Little Den & I Love Birds!
April 2 Alexandra Siy Footprints on the Moon & Voyagers Greatest Hits (as a read-aloud)
April 4 Shanda McCloskey Doll-E 1.0
April 9 See You at the Conference – Wrapup Post

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