This category lists sites that feature or relate to published authors, past and present, of children's and young adult literature, whose last names start with the letter "B."
(Official site) Biography and book information, speaking/appearance schedule, school visit program details, resources for teachers, book reviews, lists of award winning books, lesson plans, and biographies on other children's book authors.
(Official site) Tour the virtual office of the author of Buoy, Home at Sea and the Cyber.kdz Series.
(Official site) Introduces the author, her books, and family. Features student writing contest, printable classroom activities (topics include Korean War, stereotypes, character traits), book giveaway, school chat visit information, and resources for writers and illustrators.
(Official site) Complete list of books. Background information and curriculum ideas included for some titles.
"The unOfficial Ant and Bee Homepage" is devoted to the Ant and Bee characters featured in the children's book series written by the author.
Presented by Sterling Times, a United Kingdom-based nostalgia site.
Barron, T. A.
(Official site) Author of The Lost Years of Merlin epic and "The Kate Adventures" offers a "Gift Box" for teachers and librarians, personal message, responses to questions from readers, and appearances schedule.
(Official site) Includes events calendar, information on school programs, and a glimpse into how the author/illustrator works.
(Official site) Includes school visit information and introductions to books.
(Official site) Includes biographical information, book summaries, articles, news, and contact information.
(Official site) Author and illustrator of the Tom Trueheart series and other stories. Includes biography, complete book list, reviews, and news.
Berger, Barbara Helen
(Official site) Author/illustrator of the bedtime classic Grandfather Twilight and other award winning titles offers both kid-friendly and formal versions of autobiography, bibliography, resume, original e-cards, insightful articles, advice for aspiring children's writers and artists, and art gallery.
Biemiller, Carl L.
Information about the author, his journalism career, and his books.
(Official site) Introduction to the author and her books, including The Folk Keeper, the 2000 Boston Globe-Horn Book Award winner. Includes information about school visit programs.
(Official site) Introduction to the author and his books; includes information for teachers and librarians, description of current projects, and writing tips. Visitors can subscribe to "The Birdseye View" - an e-mail newsletter.
(Official site) Canadian author and educator serves as a speaker and presenter across Canada and the U.S.
Resume-style profile presented by the University of Stellenbosch, Fine Arts Department, where this author/illustrator of picture books teaches. Includes photo.
(Official site) Includes information on Bowen's sports fiction-series for kids, his Washington Post sports column for kids, and his talks at schools and conferences.
Bragg, Mabel Caroline
The author of The Little Engine That Could. Biographical sketch by Karen Hinz, presented by Vandergrift's Children's Literature Page.
Lists the books that are currently in print, together with a short autobiography and details of school visits.
Brennan, Linda Crotta
(Official site) Author of fiction and non-fiction for children. Includes book reviews, description of school visit programs, bibliography.
Bridgers, Sue Ellen
Presented by Vandergrift's Children's Literature Page. Includes biography, bibliography, and reviews of the author's young adult novels.
Brimner, Larry Dane
(Official site) Includes advice for aspiring writers and schools interested in author visits, activities for kids, curricumlum for teachers, and information on the author's books.
Brown, Don: Books by Brown
(Official site) Includes book reviews, art work, and information about school visits.
Biographical sketch of the three-time Caldecott winning illustrator/author.
Brown, Susan Taylor
(Official site) Includes biographical sketch, resources for teachers, information on school visits, articles, and tips for young writers.
Bruce, Dorita Fairlie
Tells of the life and work of this author of classic British school stories for girls.
(Official site) The author offers a glimpse into her life and discusses her works.
(Official site) Information on the author's books, activities as a Library Media Specialist, workshops, speaking, and training sessions.
(Official site) Information on the author/illustrator's books, art samples, and program details.
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