Judith Silverthorne is a multiple-award winning Saskatchewan-based author of several children's novels, including one translated into Japanese, and two non-fiction adult books. She has also written several hundred articles and columns for newspapers and magazines and worked as an editor, evaluator, researcher, curator, book reviewer, and television do cumentary producer and scriptwriter.
She has also presented hundreds of readings and writing workshops at libraries, schools and other educational institutions, and at conferences. Her two series of children's novels fascinate 7 to 12 year olds, although they appeal to younger and older kids, and adults too.
Judith is available to do readings, presentations, and lectures, at schools, libraries, conferences and other public and for private gatherings. Invitation Info
Judith teaches writing workshops, classes, and courses for the beginning writer to the more advanced in both urban and rural settings. Find out more.
Judith's books are available at your favourite bookstore or from a number of online sources.
Check to see where Judith is currently touring and for possible open dates for bookings.
Some selected Novel Study Guides for teachers and students are available. with more to come.
Helpful resource links to Judith's favourite writing, publishing and related sites.
Find out more about Spiral Communication Inc . , and learn about Judith's productions
Book Trailer Links:
Join Emily as she slips back to a time long past. Discover what it's like to live in the days of the Canadian pioneers and what mysteries lie hidden there. Follow her mysterious adventures on the trail of her ancestors in ancient Scotland.
Explore the prehistoric world of ferocious dinosaurs with Daniel, if you dare. Go through the challenges he deals with in the present and experience the life-threatening dangers he encounters in the past.
Japanes Translation of Dinosaur Hideout!
Read about Daniel Bringham's adventures in paleontology in Japanese.
These special works, feature biographical insights into Saskatchewan's most ingenious potter and woodworkers.
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