Educators, parents, and students, this is where you find cool resources that work alongside my books.
Scroll to see educator and activity guides for all my work, starting with Middle Grade titles. Thank you for the work you do and remember, I'm a Zoom call away from your classroom if your students want to have a chat!
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Join the Fight for your Right to Read
Your Voice Matters
It is no secret that special interest groups, politicians, and school boards all over the country are targeting young people of color and those in the LGBTQ+ community by challenging, banning, and removing books that help those students and their families feel seen and included in their schools and communities. These bans are attempting to make bigoted voices the loudest in our communities. Well-trained and experienced librarians and teachers are trying their best to do the jobs they were trained to do. Parents are fighting to keep inclusion. But they are often outnumbered at meetings by a vocal minority. As we have seen in many of these battles, it’s going to take passionate student voices to stop a small yet loud group of people from limiting our education and from hurting students of color and those who identify as LGBTQ+.
Young people—your voice matters more than ever. And we need you to speak up for your friends and classmates. ❤️
Click below for a sample letter to your school board. Copy and paste and fill in your relevant details. Don’t be scared. Your school board was elected to serve YOU, not the special interests of random adults in your community who are using your schools and your education as a political battleground.
As time goes on, I will continue to provide resources like these letters so you can help your community stay safe for your friends and welcoming to all types of students—which is how public schools should be.
Discussion Guides for YA Books
Download the DIG Discussion Guide HERE.
Download the I CRAWL THROUGH IT Discussion Guide
Download the GLORY O'BRIEN'S HISTORY OF THE FUTURE Discussion Guide
Download the REALITY BOY Discussion Guide
Download the ASK THE PASSENGERS Discussion Guide
Download the EVERYBODY SEES THE ANTS Discussion Guide
Download the PLEASE IGNORE VERA DIETZ Discussion Guide HERE.
Download the THE DUST OF 100 DOGS Discussion Guide HERE.
Peer Reviewed Papers about A.S. King's Work: an Incomplete List
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English versions of Amy's books are available for sale worldwide. See also, these translations.
THE DUST OF 100 DOGS (Flux, Feb 2009) (Translation: Italian)
PLEASE IGNORE VERA DIETZ (Knopf, Fall 2010) (Translation: German, Spanish language Mex/LA, Turkish, Korean, Portuguese/Brazil, Slovakian) 2018 Aus/NZ release
EVERYBODY SEES THE ANTS (Little, Brown, Fall 2011) (Translation: German educational in English, Portuguese, Brazil/world, Chinese)
ASK THE PASSENGERS (Little, Brown, Fall 2012) (Translation: Portuguese, Brazil/world)
REALITY BOY (Little, Brown 2013) (Translation: Spanish, Korean, Portuguese, Brazil/world)
GLORY O'BRIEN'S HISTORY OF THE FUTURE (Little, Brown, Fall 2014) (Translation: Portuguese, Brazil/world, Spanish world, Turkish)
STILL LIFE WITH TORNADO (Dutton, Fall 2016) 2017 Aus/NZ release (Translation: Turkish)
ME AND MARVIN GARDENS (AAL, Spring 2017) (Translation: Turkish, Chinese, Korean, Japanese)
DIG. (Dutton, Spring 2019) AUS/NZ release 2019. (Translation: German, Slovakian)
THE YEAR WE FELL FROM SPACE (AAL/Scholastic 2019) AUS/NZ, (Translation: Chinese.)
SWITCH (Dutton, Spring 2021) AUS/NZ release 2021. (Translation: TK)
ATTACK OF THE BLACK RECTANGLES (Scholastic, 2022)
Large print, library binding, audio, and many other formats available.
The Dust of 100 Dogs