Print: A Bookstore is proud to be working with Maine author Megan Frazer Blakemore to offer signed copies of her books!
To receive copies signed by the author, place your order with Print: A Bookstore. In the order comments during check-out, please include who you would like the book signed to. For any questions, reach out to our Children's Manager, Stephanie Heinz, at 207-536-4778 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Megan Frazer Blakemore is an award-winning author for children and young adults. Megan’s books have been honored with inclusion on state lists, as Junior Library Guild selections, and as best books from Kirkus, Bank Street College, and Amazon. A school librarian in South Portland, Megan lives in Maine with her husband, children, two cats, a leopard gecko, and (sometimes) a hive of bees.
Praise For The Story Web
“You will be swept away. Alice will steal your heart. The story will enchant your imagination.” —Erin Entrada Kelly, Newbery Medal-Winning author
“The story's essential theme-the importance of trust and connection in the health of a community-is an important one in this divisive time.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Hopeful. . . . Readers get a lesson in the importance of honesty versus allowing rumors to spread.” —Booklist
Praise For The Water Castle
“Science, history and literature references glow . . . With keen intelligence and bits of humor, the prose slips calmly between narrative perspectives, trusting readers to pick up a revelation that Ephraim and Mallory don't see--and it's a doozy. This one is special.” —Kirkus Reviews, starred review
“What shines through . . . is Blakemore's tender understanding of how these children--and all children--feel about their lives and the adults who control them.” —New York Times
Praise For Frankie Sparks
A Texas Bluebonnet Award Winner
"A pleasantly complex early school story."—Kirkus Reviews
"Blakemore, in the tradition of Beverly Cleary, writes convincingly from the child’s point of view. . .Perfect as a tie-in to STEAM curricula and for readers who enjoy Betty Birney’s “Humphrey” series and Cleary’s “Ramona.” Highly recommended."—School Library Journal