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Jacqueline JulesJacqueline Jules is a former school librarian, who was intrigued by every book she put on her library shelves. As a reader and as a writer, she does not restrict herself to one genre. She is the author of over forty children’s books on a wide variety of topics. Her books include Zapato Power: Freddie Ramos Takes Off (CYBILS Literary Award, Maryland Blue Crab Young Reader Honor Book) Unite or Die: How Thirteen States Became a Nation (Library of Virginia Cardozo Award), Benjamin and the Silver Goblet (Sydney Taylor Honor Award), Duck for Turkey Day (NCSS Notable Book), No English (Forward National Literature Award), Never Say a Mean Word Again (Aesop Prize Accolade, Sydney Taylor Honor Book), Sofia Martinez: My Family Adventure (NAPPA Silver Award winner, 2016 Bank Street College best books list). Also a poet, Jacqueline is the author of three poetry chapbooks. Her poems have appeared in over 100 publications, including Cricket, Cicada, The Poetry Friday Anthologies, One Minute Till Bedtime, YARN Magazine, and Germ Magazine. She lives in Northern Virginia and spends her free time exercising, reading, and attending the theater.


Zapato Power Series ZAPATO POWER SERIES:

One day Freddie Ramos comes home from school and finds a strange box just for him.  What's inside?  ZAPATO POWER -- shoes that change Freddie's life by giving him super speed!  Find out how Freddie becomes a superhero with his fast new skills in this award-winning chapter book series.

Sofia Martinez Series SOFIA MARTINEZ SERIES:

Seven-year-old Sofia Martinez has a big personality and big plans, which makes every day memorable. Between her sisters and cousins, her family is the focus of her many adventures. From taking school pictures to doing chores, this 7-year-old knows how to make every moment count. Sofia loves her family and loves her life. What could be better?

Jacqueline Jules
is the author of many other award winning books, including Feathers for Peacock and Drop by Drop, a Story of Rabbi Akiva. To learn more about her books, please visit www.jacquelinejules.com.


Jacqueline Jules visiting a school Jacqueline Jules loves visiting schools and speaking to teachers at conferences. Her school programs feature writing prompts, poetry, singing, and audience participation. She does presentations on her books in elementary schools, grades K-6. Her poetry presentations can be designed for classroom needs in Grades 1-12.

Teacher workshops include teaching writing, poetry, and multi-cultural literature.

Speaking fees begin at $300 for single session of approximately one hour with additional sessions $100 each. Travel expenses and additional speaking fees required outside the Washington metropolitan area. Fees can be negotiated.

To learn more contact her at jjulesATjacquelinejules.com. .



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