Tag Archives: Alison Acheson

In the CWILLosphere

Here’s what CWILL BC members have been up to this week: Margriet Ruurs has interviewed award-winning illustrator Ron Lightburn for Canadian Teacher Magazine; Cynthia Nugent has been immortalized by a student; Alison Acheson learned to dance; and, Robin Stevenson revealed … Continue reading

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Alison Acheson at Spoken INK

Join Alison Acheson at Spoken INK at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, December 11th! Spoken INK is a reading series presented by the Burnaby Writers’ Society, and this is their first evening ever to be devoted to writing for children and … Continue reading

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In the CWILLosphere

On the blogs and websites of CWILL BC members this week: Alison Acheson and Caroline Adderson muse about receiving thanks; Deborah Hodge reveals the cover of her latest book, Rescuing the Children; Lee Edward Fodi offers some behind-the-scenes movie shots; … Continue reading

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The Launch of THE CUL-DE-SAC KIDS!

The following is a guest post by writer Alison Acheson. This past Wednesday, May 30, at Christianne’s Lyceum in Vancouver, I launched The Cul-de-Sac Kids, together with Caroline Woodward’s The Vi!age of Many Hats, and Susan Ketchen’s Grows That Way … Continue reading

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Launch Pad

Please join Alison Acheson, Caroline Woodward, and Susan Ketchen as they celebrate the release of their newest books at Christianne’s Lyceum on May 30, 2012!

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Out and About

CWILL BC authors and illustrators are on the move! Deborah Hodge speaks to students at Shaughnessy Elementary School this week. kc dyer has created her own personal west coast writer’s retreat. Alison Acheson is packing her bags, getting ready for … Continue reading

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