Tag Archives: Michelle Mulder

CWILL Information Book Authors Shortlisted for 2016-2017 Red Cedar

DNA Detective, by Tanya Lloyd Kyi, illustrations by Lil Crump Trash Talk: Moving toward a zero-waste world, by Michelle Mulder What’s the Buzz? Keeping bees in flight, by Merrie-Ellen Wilcox

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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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Launch Pad

Several Orca authors and CWILL BC members will be launching new books in Victoria next month. Stop by Union Pacific Coffee on May 15th and meet Robin Stevenson, Nikki Tate, Michelle Mulder, John Wilson, and Sarah N. Harvey, among others.

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Taking the Publishing Plunge with Michelle Mulder

How did CWILL BC members get their first big breaks in the publishing world? In this series of interviews with local writers and illustrators, we ask what advice they would offer and what mistakes they would never repeat — an … Continue reading

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What Writers Read: Michelle Mulder

What do children’s writers and illustrators read in their spare time? In this series of interviews with B.C. book folks, we discuss everything from guilty reading pleasures to the best literary villains. If you’d like to share some favourites of … Continue reading

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Big Screen Reads

Eileen Cook and Michelle Mulder have both recorded videos as part of the American National Reading Campaign. Check out their thoughts on books and reading! Eileen Cook: Michelle Mulder:

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