Pirates, Manatees, and Mysteries! Oh My!
Welcome to the world of Jane Wood books. Juvenile fiction author Jane R. Wood captures the imagination of young readers ages 8-14 through stories rich with mystery, adventure, and humor. Follow the escapades of the Johnson family, as 13-year-old Joey hears voices in St. Augustine, 9-year-old Bobby has a close encounter with a manatee, 5-year-old Katy meets a pirate on Amelia Island, Bobby thinks he sees a ghost in historic South Carolina, and they all explore some of America’s earliest historic landmarks while visiting Boston. Wood weaves the history and the environment of her settings into her storylines, making her books educational, as well as fun.
Voices in St. Augustine
Adventures on Amelia Island
Trouble on the St. Johns River
Ghosts on the Coast
Lost in Boston
Something For Published Authors
Are you an author wondering how to market your book to schools? Award-winning author and former teacher Jane R. Wood shows how both teachers and students can benefit from a meaningful connection with a published author.
Many authors want to know how they can market their books to schools. Juvenile fiction author and former teacher Jane R. Wood shares the many strategies she has used since 2004 to successfully market and sell her books to schools.
In her book titled Schools: A Niche Market for Authors, authors and publishers will learn how to:
- Contact schools
- Create educational resources for books
- Develop dynamic presentations for an author visit
- Provide positive reinforcement to the schools’ curricula
About Jane R. Wood
Jane R. Wood is the author of five award-winning juvenile fiction books and owner of Florida Kids Press. Wood says she fell in love with the magic of words in the 4th grade and has been writing ever since.
I will be speaking to all grade levels at Jacksonville Beach Elementary School.
I will be speaking to students and signing my books at this annual school event.
Skype Author Visit – I will be discussing Lost in Boston during a Skype Author Visit with 5th graders in California.