Jon Scieszka - Awards and Recognition - References in Media

References in Media

  • In the book 15 Minutes by Steve Young, the school Casey goes to is Jon Scieszka Middle School. The school they compete against is Pilkey Middle School, named after Dav Pilkey, another author.

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