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Author’s Notebook | Sarah Aronson, Author of Believe

The Whole Megillah (TWM): What was your process for writing Believe? Where did you get the inspiration for the story? Sarah Aronson (SA): Every book I write teaches me at least one thing: how to write that book. With Believe, … Continue reading

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The Whole Megillah | The Jewish Experience in Children’s Books | Panel at AWP in Boston

On Saturday, March 9, five Vermont College of Fine Arts MFA alumnae will be participating in a panel at the 2013 Association of Writers and Writing Programs conference at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston. The Whole Megillah | The … Continue reading

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Book Review | Beyond Lucky by Sarah Aronson

Beyond Lucky by Sarah Aronson Dial Books, 2011, 256 pp. Listed as YA, but I think it’s middle grade The good stuff Boy appeal – A boy protagonist, teamwork on the soccer field, best pal, older brother, male role model … Continue reading

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