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Reviews

Ghosts on the Coast

Ghosts on the Coast: A Visit to Savannah and the Low Country is a recipient of the prestigious Mom’s Choice Award. The Mom’s Choice Awards honors excellence in family-friendly media, products, and services. Parents and educators look for the Mom’s Choice Awards seal in selecting quality materials and products for children and families. This book/product has been honored by this distinguished award.

Mom's Choice Awards

Adventures on Amelia Island

“English teacher Jane R. Wood presents Adventures on Amelia Island: A Pirate, a Princess, and Buried Treasure, an adventure novel for middle school and junior high young adult readers that continues the saga of the Johnson family and their knack for personally experiencing connections with history. Black and white illustrations intersperse this engaging tale, which draws upon carefully researched history to mesh with the medley of adventure and legend. Also highly recommended is Wood’s previous young adult novel, Voices in St. Augustine.”

Midwest Book Review

Lost in Boston

 

“This is one of my favorite books written by Jane R. Wood. As a teacher and parent, it is important to find a book that has good family values and teaches about historical places and events in a way that holds the reader’s interest. Mrs. Wood again intertwined her characters into a believable story that takes place in the historical city of Boston. She has also incorporated great teacher resources to use during and after reading the book.”

Linda Smigaj

Retired 4th Grade Teacher, National Board Certified in Literacy

News & Updates


IBPA Member Spotlight: IBPA Affiliate Florida Authors & Publishers Association

Sept. 19, 2019
IBPA Independent

IBPA is proud to be affiliated with 20 regional and specialty independent publishing associations across the United States. IBPA members find that networking within these groups benefits their success in the independent publishing industry, and helps them build connections on a more local level.

Featured Author on SWFL Online News

Feb. 18, 2019
SWFL Online News

In this week’s edition of “Between the Covers,” we feature multiple award-winning author, Jane R. Wood.

Jane Wood is no stranger to speaking in front of audiences. She is a former teacher and has a natural way of connecting with her young readers. In fact, this weekend, Jane was on hand at the Amelia Island Book Festival teaching students again, but this time as a hand-picked featured author for the county’s Literacy Day.

Good news: Jacksonville author’s latest book receives Mom’s Choice Award

April 3, 2015
The Florida Times-Union

One of Jane Wood’s books traveled to Duval County classrooms last year. And the characters in her latest, Lost in Boston, traveled north to the Massachusetts capital. Wood’s fifth book in her juvenile fiction series for grades 3-5 was released this year.

Teacher-turned-author Inspires Middle Schoolers to Take Action for the Environment

April 9, 2012
Entro Magazine

Author Jane Wood has a fascination for history, a deep lover of nature and a mission to inspire children to learn about their communities and want them to make a difference in the world around them. Currently at work on her fifth book in a series targeted to kids nine through fourteen, Jane is buoyed by the response to her previous works. Story on page 16.

Read, Write, Repeat

June 10, 2012
Jacksonville Magazine

Jane Wood’s book featured in Jacksonville Magazine, June 2012 – An article entitled “Read, Write, Repeat” discusses how Jane Wood’s book Trouble on the St. Johns River was used by a group of third graders to learn about ecology. It also profiles Jane’s involvement with a company, Get Book Savvy, that she and fellow author Frances Keiser created to help aspiring authors get their books published. Story on pages 36-37.

Mandarin Authors to Share Book Publishing Secrets

September 8, 2011
The Florida Times-Union

Mandarin resident Jane Wood is a fun lady. When not speaking in schools, researching new projects or writing, the juvenile fiction author specializes in capturing the imagination through stories packed with mystery, adventure and humor.

Wood’s books – Ghosts on the Coasts: A Visit to Savannah and the Low Country, Adventures on Amelia Island: A Pirate, a Princess, and Buried Treasure, Trouble on the St. Johns River and Voices in St. Augustine – have been a hit with young readers everywhere.