File contains reviews from print newspapers, magazines and journals, as well as reviews printed from internet sources. There is also a Kids Can Press catalogue listing and printed search results from online library and bookstore catalogues.
File contains reviews from print magazines and journals as well as a clipping of the "Author pays attention to the little things" article on Jessica Scott Kerrin in the Lethbridge Herald by Tijana Martin. File also includes two promotional bookmarks for Jessica Kerrin's mystery novels.
File comprises five drafts of the story published as "Crosswalk," the first story in Martin Bridge: Out of Orbit! Earlier manuscript versions were titled "Heroes." File includes correspondence regarding the story's submission in The Writers' Union of Canada's 2002 Writing for Children Competition, notes and plot diagrams.
File comprises primarily editorial correspondence (printed emails and faxes) between Jessica Scott Kerrin and Debbie Rogosin, the editor of Martin Bridge: Ready for Takeoff! There are also a few letters from Kids Can Press publisher, Valerie Hussey, as well as from production staff.
File includes ca. 20 largely undated annotated drafts of "Faster Blaster," the second story in Martin Bridge: Ready for Takeoff! Some drafts are interspersed with editorial correspondence and notes. Earlier manuscript drafts are titled "Booby Trap."
File contains seven completed feedback forms from a manuscript reading of The Spotted Dog Last Seen and a document regarding gravestone-related comments from Judi Trainor at the Association for Gravestone Studies.
Fonds comprises records regarding Jessica Scott Kerrin's work as a children's author, including printed and electronic manuscripts; editorial correspondence; book reviews; style and writing guides; learning resource materials; digital photographs; and correspondence from readers, primarily school children.
Series comprises letters and drawings from school children in response to classroom visits/readings by Jessica Scott Kerrin, primarily utilizing a template provided by her as a follow-up resource. Records contained in this series represent a sampling from author's original donation, with two or three letters retained from each school visit. Series also contains several folders of readers' correspondence not initiated by the author.
File contains two manuscripts of "Keyboard," the first story in Martin Bridge: Onwards and Upwards! There is also an early handwritten draft titled "Ice Cream," several pages of notes and a plot diagram.