Learn More About Pat Brisson


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Click here to access Pat's article
Writing For Children: One Author's Experience from WAYS OF KNOWING: Literature and the Intellectual Life of Children, ed. by Kay E. Vandergrift

See also:
Becky Rodia's article in Teaching Pre-K-8 magazine, May 2002, pages 46-48, "Pat Brisson - Stories Within Stories" and my article, "An Author's Tips for Doing Author Studies" on pages 48-49.

The entry in SOMETHING ABOUT THE AUTHOR, Volume 133, pages 13-15 and the autobiography feature in the same volume, pages 16-28.

Photo credit: Denise Guerin

Pat Brisson coordinates Project Storybook, a program at Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women in Clinton, NJ, which allows incarcerated mothers to select, record and mail books and tapes to their children. She was honored to receive the N. J. Governor's Volunteer Award in Human Services for this project.


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