Linda J. Armstrong

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I have written, edited, or adapted more than 40 books, including Bit, Bat, Bee, Rime with Me! from Linworth Learning, Henry Ford, The Man Who Put the World on Wheels, from Hameray, Everyday Art for Classroom Teachers from Mark Twain Media, and Read and Understand Poetry, Grade 5-6 from Evan-Moor. I have also published a middle grade novel, magazine short stories, magazine articles for teachers and librarians, and a collection of contemporary free verse.

 Hot Off the Presses!

Visit these links to preview or purchase my latest books.

African Americans in Radio, Film, and TV Entertainment

Physical Science: Daily Skill Builders

Henry Ford, The Man Who Put the World on Wheels

 Bit, Bat, Bee, Rime with Me!

  1. #1 by storiesfromthevergeofgreatness on September 8, 2012 - 7:24 PM


    It would be helpful to visitors if you put your name somewhere prominent on your site. It’s difficult to tell just who you are!

    Happy writing!

    • #2 by bluerabbit on September 9, 2012 - 12:51 AM

      Thank you so much, Suzanne! Sometimes it’s hard to see the obvious.

  2. #3 by Julie on November 1, 2012 - 3:50 PM

    Thanks for sharing my interview with Linda Arms White today!

    • #4 by bluerabbit on November 3, 2012 - 10:19 PM

      Thanks for publishing it, Julie!

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