Have students write a collaborative poem or story using Twitter, IM, Edmodo or Facebook. This way, authors can contribute one word, one line, or several paragraphs.

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How do you say “whale” in Arabic?

Posted on October 07, 2012 in News

My publisher, Paul Brookes, just sold the Arabic translation rights for both “A Land We Can Share” and “Just Give Him the Whale”. The foreign publisher, Alam Alkotob, is based in Cairo, Egypt.

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If you are in the market for titles in other languages, please contact the publishers for information on these translations:

  • Madarin: “Autism Checklist” (John Wiley & Sons/Psychological Publishing Co.) and “You’re Going to Love This Kid” (Brookes Publishing)
  • French: “From Tutor Scripts to Talking Sticks” (Brookes Publishing/Cheneliere)
  • Japanese: “Just Give Him the Whale” (Brookes Publishing/The English Agency)
  • Italian: “Just Give Him the Whale” (Brookes Publishing/Erickson)


  1. From Alyssa on 11 Oct 2012

    Nice. I will need to track down the mandarin ones. (I’m working on a pile of stuff in Mandarin for Chinese readers, and the only other stuff I have is stuff I translate myself.)