10 Facts about Lauren Tarshis

Post On: December 9, 2016
By: Agustina

If you are interested with children books, do not forget to check Facts about Lauren Tarshis. Tarshis is a writer of various children books. The popularity of her books made them translated in various languages. You can find her books in many libraries. Her works are related to the historical and fictional series. Tarshis is not only a writer. She is also an editor for Storyworks magazine. Below are the details about Tarshis.

Facts about Lauren Tarshis 1: I Survived

If you are interested to read the bestselling book of Tarshis, check I Survived. It earned the best selling series title from New York Times.

Attack on Pearl Harbor

Attack on Pearl Harbor

Facts about Lauren Tarshis 2: the story in I Survived

The story in I Survived focused on the life of a boy or a girl who narrated the historical disaster story from their point of view. This faced paced book series are intended for the children in grades 3 to 5.

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Facts about Lauren Tarshis 3: the other interesting books

The other interesting books of Tarshis to notice are Emma-Jean Lazarus Fell Out of a Tree and Emma-Jean Lazarus Fell in Love. The latter one is the sequel. The former book earned Oprah book club pick and a Golden Kite honor book for fiction.

Facts about Lauren Tarshis 4: the importance of her books

Both of her books of Emma-Jean Lazarus are often taught at school for they send messages of anti bully program.

Hurricane Katrina

Hurricane Katrina

Facts about Lauren Tarshis 5: working in magazines

Tarshis also works in magazines such as Scope Magazine and Storyworks magazine.

Facts about Lauren Tarshis 6: what is Scope magazine?

Have you ever heard about Scope magazine? This magazine is intended for the middle schoolers, which focuses on language art.

Facts about Lauren Tarshis

Facts about Lauren Tarshis

Facts about Lauren Tarshis 7: what is the Storyworks magazine

The Storyworks magazine is a language art magazine. It tries to attract the readers of grades 3 to 5 at schools. Tarshis serves as the editor.

Facts about Lauren Tarshis 8: as the editorial director

Tarshis also works as Scholastic where she serves as the editorial director for language arts.

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Facts about Lauren Tarshis 9: I Survived Series

The I Survived comes in several books.  On 1 June 2010, Survived the Sinking of the Titanic, 1912 was published.  It is followed by I Survived the Shark Attacks of 1916 published on 1st September 2010.

Battle of Gettysburg

Battle of Gettysburg

Facts about Lauren Tarshis 10: the nonfiction books

The nonfiction works of Tarshis include Kate: The Katharine Hepburn Album and Taking Off: Extraordinary Ways to Spend Your First Year out of College.

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