I’m so excited about presenting at this year’s KidLitCon! 1:30-3 Getting Beyond Diversity and Getting to the Story Edith Campbell Crazy Quilt Edi Hannah Gómez sarah HANNAH gómez Jewell Parker Rhodes While gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religion, or ability add to who we are, they do not define who we are. And… Read More Fitness and Reading
My spring break is winding down, but I’m really relishing these two weeks! Perhaps you’ve noticed that my posts have been a little more interesting lately? I’ve actually cleared out my GoogleReader and I’ve been finding so much good stuff to pass on! Did you know that All Things Asian is being celebrated 2-16 April?… Read More I LOVE SPRING BREAK!!
I received several bits in pieces in my email account today that are very much worth sharing. From ALA Editions, I was reminded of Vanessa Irwin Morris’ new book The Readers’ Advisory Guide to Street Literature. Street lit, also known as urban fiction, addresses with unflinching grit the concerns and problems of city living. Controversial… Read More Bits and Pieces