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About Natisha

Over the past ten years, I have written and edited in a variety of venues, but I enjoy children's writing the most. I am a freelance writer and editor who has written educational content for kids in grades three through twelve in addition to working on a few pieces of my own. On the editing side, I edited scientific textbooks, translated product manuals for a Korean electronics company, and nov... More
Natisha's Blog: Wandering Words - Recent Posts
10/23/2010Countdown to the Rochester Children’s Book Festival
In less than two weeks, Rochester will be having its 14th annual Rochester Children’s Book Festival at MCC in Brighton. This year, we have the famous Jane Yolen and Mark Teague here signing their books. The best thing about the festival is... Read the rest of this post
6/30/2010Day 1 of THE PLAN:
I didn't set an alarm last night because I stayed up to 2:30am. Okay, serious writing in a sleep deprived stupor just creates more work to fix when you are fully awake. So, I re-read the beginning of one of my novels and played with my characters'... Read the rest of this post
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1. The Lightning Thief (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 1) (Paperback)
    Author: Rick Riordan
    Publisher: Miramax
Ages 9-12 6/30/2010
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Natisha said: I love mythology and adventure. My kids do too. The Lightning Thief has made my family Rick Riordan fans. I enjoyed this book, read it from cover to cover without really putting it down (at least n...more
tags: fantasy fiction
47,544 Reviews  
2. The Secrets of the Cheese Syndicate (Paperback)
    Author: Donna St. Cyr
    Publisher: CBAY Books Blooming Tree Press
Ages 9-12 9/20/2009
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Natisha said: My son recently read it and is urging his teacher to read the book to his class. This story has it all: adventure, mystery, mythical creatures, a twist of humor, and of course cheese. The story drew m...more
tags: I read , I recommend
19 Reviews  
3. Paris Pan Takes the Dare (Hardcover)
    Author: Cynthea Liu
    Publisher: Putnam Juvenile
Ages 9-12 9/20/2009
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Natisha said: I often read books before my children because I love children's literature, and I like to suggest books that will not only entertain but enrich my kids' experiences in literature. When I picked up a c...more
tags: I read , I recommend
53 Reviews  
4. The Invention of Hugo Cabret (Hardcover)
    Author: Brian Selznick
    Illustrator: Brian Selznick
    Publisher: Scholastic Press
Ages 9-12 2/16/2009
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Natisha said: I'm not one who generally reads graphic novels or pictureless books, and I'm not sure how to classify this book other than a novel with lots of pictures. I enjoyed it. The combination of images and sm...more
tags: I read
13,238 Reviews  
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Profile Comments
Comment by Natisha LaPierre on 11/16/2009 at 8:19 AM:
Jennifer, I'd like that!
Comment by Jennifer Burrows on 10/29/2009 at 12:09 PM:
Hi Natisha, You are a busy lady! I try to get as much freelance work as possible as well. We should exchange tips sometime. See ya next week. Jennifer
Comment by Natisha LaPierre on 2/27/2009 at 5:27 PM:
Thank you, Kim.
Comment by Kim Kasch on 2/26/2009 at 4:01 PM:
Love those frogs.
Comment by Natisha LaPierre on 2/8/2009 at 12:11 AM:
Aida, I'm really not sure what you are asking. I see that you've added a book to your bookshelf and marked it as having read it. The only other thing you could do with the books in the bookshelf is leave a comment in the comment field.
Comment by Aida Ruzana on 2/7/2009 at 11:54 PM:
Hello can u tell me me what can i do the book when i add it?

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