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Catherine Stier
Catherine Stier, a former Midwesterner, now lives deep in the heart of Southwest Texas on the edge of the beautiful Hill Country. Her children's books have received honors and awards from the Society of School Librarians International, the International Reading Association and the Bank Street... show more

Catherine Stier, a former Midwesterner, now lives deep in the heart of Southwest Texas on the edge of the beautiful Hill Country. Her children's books have received honors and awards from the Society of School Librarians International, the International Reading Association and the Bank Street College of Education. Stier has served as a frequent contributor to Woman's Day Magazine and as a newspaper columnist. Her work has also appeared in Highlights for Children, My Friend and Child Life and several newspapers including the Chicago Sun-Times and the San Antonio Express-News. Stier's lively and interactive Author's Visit programs have entertained, educated and inspired thousands of children. Visit Catherine Stier's website at www.catherinestier.com for more information, activities and free curriculum guides.
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Mrs. Williams' Favorite Children's Books
This is a great introduction to politics. I also really like that it portrays an African American running for president on the cover. After reading this book, allow students to create their own campaigns if they were running for president. Have them think about what they would change or what they...
All about literacy for kids
All about literacy for kids rated it 4 years ago
This book would be great to help children learn about politics. It could be used in the classroom to hold a mock election and have students dress up as a famous politician. It could be used for grades 2-6.
Peace, Love & Books
Peace, Love & Books rated it 8 years ago
Rescued pound puppy doesn't think sniffing out bedbugs is all that heroic a gig until he helps a family rid their home of the little nasties.
A Rep Reading
A Rep Reading rated it 8 years ago
A boy's mother in Britain becomes a war bride to an American solider in World War II, and the story of the subsequent travel to America to begin a new life as a family. Beautiful illustrations. This illustrator really gets the facial expression right. Well done.
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