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Eve Bunting

Author Study

Lindsey Jamieson

on 9 August 2010

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Transcript of Eve Bunting

Life before writing Bunting's Works of
Historical Fiction Themes Characters Eve Bunting Northern Ireland California Writing Career In the Classroom College First Published Book Grade Level Lesson Plans Awards Past the Cover "I usually try to write picture books for children that make them think of such injustices as homelessness, prejudice or intolerance. I hope my books open doors for discussions with parents and teachers." "I was aware that there was discrimination, although I didn't know there was anything to be done about it." "I've led few lives in my time." "I like to write for every child, for every age, for every interest." "I like to write picture books that make young people ponder, that encourage them to ask questions. 'Why did that happen, Mom? Could it happen again? Can't we help? What can we do?'" social justice celebrating/appreciating
diversity Iwasaki family Mummy Hebnefert Zoe Young Bull Little Rabbit Daniel Barry O'Neill "Eve Bunting wants to spread an important message: picture books aren't just for tots anymore." Alice Cory after her interview with Bunting empowerment Collection of books importance of family overcoming adversity importance of memories Scotland
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