Elaine Magliaro: All The Wonders, Episode 325

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Things To Do

Elaine Magliaro, author of Things to Do, stops by the podcast to talk about the best way to teach kids how to write, the wonderful feeling of getting something out of your head and onto the page that looks like you, and the importance of going outside.


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Episode Notes

Elaine Magliaro‘s blog

THINGS TO DO IF YOU ARE A PENCIL
By Elaine Magliaro

Be sharp.
Wear a slick yellow suit a
and a pink top hat.
Tap your toes on the tabletop,
listen for the right rhythm,
then dance a poem
across the page.


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Matthew Winner

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Matthew Winner is an elementary library media specialist in Elkridge, Maryland. He is is the co-founder and content director of All The Wonders, a children’s literature website and more, and host of the Let’s Get Busy podcast, a weekly podcast where Matthew talks to authors, illustrators, award winners, up-and-comers, and everyone in between. In 2013 Matthew was named a Library Journal Mover & Shaker and was invited to the White House as part of the Champions of Change program. For more information, connect with Matthew on Twitter at @MatthewWinner .

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  1. Elaine, this podcast is wonderful. It’s so great to hear your voice and to hear the conversation about Things to Do. Thank you so much for sharing. I love how smart and sensitive kidlit is. Your book is a perfect example. And, Matthew is spot on with his analysis.

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