Jen Bryant
Visiting a class to talk about The Trial
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All titles; see blue box below
Resources
K-5 Poetry Anthology for your Classroom
Book and Film Pairs
Word Pairs activity from Mentor Texts
Using Mentor Texts to Boost Writing Skills
Guide for the Lindbergh play “Baby Case” (excellent!)
For Students Learning English
BOOKTALKS
Abe's Fish (with thanks to Carey Hagan at Fairfax County Public Library, Fairfax, VA)
The Fortune of Carmen Navarro
Ringside, 1925
Speaking to Students and Adults

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Teachers’ Recommendations
Thank you for sharing your experiences as a writer, your books, and your time with my students. They got so much out of your visitt—and so did I!
We had a fantastic experience … Your writing and easy-going demeanor were a perfect match for the program. I too can’t stop smiling about what we all accomplished together. You will be hard to beat next year!
Celebrate Black History! Click HERE to read BookPages review of recommended books
"Pictures Just Come to My Mind"
illustration by Melissa Sweet, 2012
Video: Writing Habits
Jen Bryant: Writing Habits from Mackin on Vimeo.
See more videos of Jen discussing her books
and the writing /research process.”
  TEACHING GUIDES  
  There are teaching or discussion guides available for many of my books.
Feel free to download these for use with your students.
 
Six Dots: A Story of Young Louis Braille
The Right Word: Roget and His Thesaurus
For The Right Word, you'll also find this online resource.
A Splash of Red
  Call Me Marianne  
  Fortune of Carmen Navarro  
  Georgia’s Bones  
  Kaleidoscope Eyes  
  Pieces of Georgia  
  Ringside 1925: Views from the Scopes Trial  
  A River of Words  
  The Trial  
  For The Trial, you’ll also find a timeline and more facts about this infamous kidnapping case.  
  Jen recommends this NEW Lindbergh case book.  
     
     
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