One of the reasons I launched ChildressInk.com was to share books that couldn’t fit in Girls’ Life. Space is so limited, and there are simply too many great books–which is why I don’t write negative reviews. Anything you see listed on my sites are some of what I consider the best in new releases, or all-around great books.
My reflections on dropping my oldest son off on his college doorstep yesterday strangely made me think of the chicken coop.
Ronit &Jamil, by Pamela L. Laskin, Katherine Tegan Books (HarperCollins), $17.99
April is National Poetry Month
Love! Love! Love! this book, told in gorgeous, lyrical language, a “Shakespearean Love Triangle” set in our modern, war-torn world.
The MCCBD team’s mission?
To spread the word and raise awareness about the importance of diversity in children’s literature. Our young readers need to see themselves within the pages of a book and experience other cultures, languages, traditions and religions within the pages of a book. We encourage readers, parents, teachers, caregivers and librarians to follow via hashtag #ReadYourWorld.
Responsibility in Children’s Publishing and Media After thirty years in the media, I’ve noticed those in children’s publishing recognize a higher level of responsibility in their work, not sh…
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