NBC Learn to Present WRITERS SPEAK TO KIDS Video Series
NBC Learn, the education arm of NBC News, has launched an original video series today called WRITERS SPEAK TO KIDS. Through interviews with popular and award-winning children's book authors, this video series reaches out to young readers and writers to inspire and teach. With questions narrated by NBC News correspondent Jenna Bush Hager, the authors featured share their writing process and experiences, helping students to learn more about the craft and techniques of creative writing.
The series kicks off today with five interviews from authors: Peter Brown, Doreen Cronin, Jeff Kinney, Daniel Kirk, and Mo Willems and starts the 17-part video series. Featuring the writers of New York Times bestselling and Newbery Award-winning titles, the "Writers Speak to Kids," series will feature a wide variety of authors throughout the fall, including Nick Bruel, Michael Buckley, Douglas Florian, Amy Ignatow, Gordon Korman, Ridley Pearson, Judy Schachner, Laura Vaccaro Seeger, Philip C. Stead, Rebecca Stead, Clare Vanderpool, Jacqueline Woodson.
"Writers Speak to Kids" is a free resource that can be found at www.nbclearn.com/writersspeak. NBC Learn also makes a much larger collection of "Writers Speak" interviews available to its subscribers at http://archives.nbclearn.com.
About NBC Learn
NBC Learn is the educational arm of NBC News dedicated to providing resources for students, teachers, and lifelong learners. The online resources NBC Learn has created for the education community leverages nearly 80 years of historic news coverage, documentary materials, and current news broadcasts. The NBC News Archives on Demand feature gives students and teachers access to thousands of video clips from the NBC News archives, including great historic moments–from the Great Depression to the Space Race to the latest political coverage. NBC Learn also offers primary source materials, lesson plans and classroom planning resources, and additional text and image resources from our content partners.