Fun & Thought-Provoking
Books for Tweens
From realistic fiction to multi-cultural fantasy, Margaret’s got a book for every kid.
Bring your ideas to the page. Have a book or screenplay idea, need content, or just want an ear? You’ve come to the right place.
School Visits & Workshops
Get kids engaged and inspired with Margaret. An improv performer and former teacher, Margaret’s dynamic presentations can be linked to many cross-curricular activities. Available via Zoom or in-person.
Margaret is also the author of four award-winning women’s fiction novels, perfect for book clubs. Available for book clubs via Zoom or in-person (local).
How do you get kids to love reading and writing in this age of technology? The answer’s simple: give them books they enjoy reading!
But can a novel be both fun to read and deal with weighty topics? Yes. Margaret Dilloway’s books explore a range of experiences and delve into subjects that can be directly applied to cross-curricular activities.
Margaret’s books embody these core values:
making them perfect for developing tweens into good citizens.
Christopher Award, FIVE THINGS ABOUT AVA ANDREWS
Children’s Literature Council of Southern California Excellence in a Work of Juvenile Fiction: SUMMER OF A THOUSAND PIES
American Library Association’s Asian/Pacific Islander Librarian Association Honor Award for Children’s Fiction: MOMOTARO: XANDER AND THE LOST ISLAND OF MONSTERS
American Library Association’s Literary Tastes Award for Best Women’s Fiction: THE CARE AND HANDLING OF ROSES WITH THORNS
The Pulpwood Queens International Book Club Bonus Book of the Year: THE CARE AND HANDLING OF ROSES WITH THORNS