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Author Study Resources

There are many, many sources of information to help in your author study. Take a look at our list of books about authors and illustrators, author studies, and children's literature. The Internet is a rich resource as well: browse the online resources below for background on authors and illustrators. You'll also find links to more online information about author studies below.

Books about authors/illustrators, author studies, and children's literature

Internet resources for author/illustrator background

Internet resources for how to do author studies


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