MATERIALS FOR TEACHING — a list of lesson plans, discussion guides, quizzes, and more for use with Jane’s books.
INTERVIEWS WITH JANE
Interview on writing for children in Commitment, an internet magazine.
General interview (July 5, 1995).
Interview with Jane in TALIESIN’S SUCCESSORS: INTERVIEWS WITH AUTHORS OF MODERN ARTHURIAN LITERATURE by Raymond H. Thompson
SOME INTERESTING SITES FOR TEACHERS AND LIBRARIANS
Cynthia Leitich Smith Children’s Literature Resources.
The Endicott Studio site is a very rich source of material about myths, folklore and fairy tales.
Five in a Row is a site offering home schoolers resources in children’s literature.
The Internet Public Library Kids Space has links to a lot of good information about authors and literature.
Kay E. Vandergrift’s Special Interest Page for links to information on different aspects of children’s literature.
A video of my Andrew Lang Lecture at St. Andrews University—the first women to ever give one.
An article discussing, inter alia, a visit to Penn State by Patty Maclachlan and me.
“The Children’s Writer: Jane Yolen”
from ReelLife Productions
running time–54 minutes
produced 1996 (but shot several years earlier)
A straight-forward conversation/interview with me in my home in Massachusetts about writing children’s books.
Tim Podell Productions
This is a delightful video interview of me in Scotland, as I take the camera crew and Tim Podell on a walkabout of St Andrews and read from a Scottish-set story of mine on a fifteenth century seawall overlooking Anstruther Harbor.
© 2000 by Jane Yolen