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Tanya Lee Stone
March 15, 2010
About the Guest
Tanya Lee Stone of South Burlington is a former editor and award-winning author of nearly 90 books for young readers, including books about Amelia Earhart, Ella Fitzgerald, and the earliest women astronauts.
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Fran Stoddard talks with Tanya Lee Stone about how parents and teachers can engage students who are reluctant to read.
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This award-winning author has written nearly 90 books for young readers. Topics have ranged from animals to science and nature to histories and biographies. Some of her best-selling titles include Abraham Lincoln and P is for Passover. Many of the stories she now finds herself drawn to deal with themes of strong women and empowering girls.

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