Tag Archives: Claire Eamer

Inside Your Insides

Inside Your Insides: A Guide to the Microbes That Call You Home is Claire Eamer’s latest kids’ science book – and her first with Kids Can Press. Released September 6, it’s a guide to the human microbiome aimed at Grades … Continue reading

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A Celebration of BC’s Best

On January 21, 2015, some of BC’s finest authors and illustrators gathered at to meet, mingle, and celebrate local talent. This was a joint event between the Children’s Literature Roundtable and CWILL BC. It took place at the beautiful Creekside … Continue reading

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CWILL BC Members nominated for the CSWA Book Awards!

  The Canadian Science Writers’ Association offers two annual book awards to honour outstanding contributions to science writing 1) intended for and available to children/middle grades ages 8-12 years, and 2) intended for and available to the general public. Entries, … Continue reading

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In the CWILLosphere

Here’s a peek at what CWILL BC members are up to this week: At Sci/Why, Claire Eamer hosts a collection of Canadian children’s science writers. Lee Edward Fodi mixes three drops of pixie juice, a goblin’s eye, and a sprinkle … Continue reading

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In the CWILLosphere

Awards, tours, and workshops… CWILL BC members are busy people! Victoria Miles and Caroline Adderson took part in the BC Book Prizes On Tour, and blogged about their experiences. Having just returned from a two-week family visit to the UK, … Continue reading

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Claire Eamer Talks Lunch Boxes

Claire Eamer recently taped a video interview with TVOntario web producer Albert Wisco in Toronto. She shares some of the strange and wonderful facts she discovered while writing The World In Your Lunch Box: The Wacky History and Weird Science … Continue reading

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