Interview | Juleah Del Rosario

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Authro Bio: Juleah del Rosario currently lives a book- and mountain-filled existence as a librarian in Colorado. Her debut, 500 WORDS OR LESS, a YA novel written in verse published

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Keeping up with the Kids: Navigating the Minefield of Diversity in Children’s Literature Part 2

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In last week’s article we introduced some of the foundational thinking associated with Diversity in children’s and young adult literature, and how the evolution of this topic has begun to

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500 Words or Less | Juleah del Rosario

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500 Words or Less | Juleah del Rosario Simon Pulse 373 pages (hardcover) Author Bio: Juleah del Rosario currently lives a book- and mountain-filled existence as a librarian in Colorado.

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Rumple Buttercup: A Story of Bananas, Belonging, and Being Yourself | Mathew Gray Gubler

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Random House Books for Young Readers, 2019, 136 pages Trigger Warnings: Freak flags flying About the Author: Matthew Gray Gubler—best known for his role as criminal profiler Dr. Spencer Reid

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The 12 Rules of Survival | Episode 2: Mechanical Earthworm

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Nicholas Belardes is a dual-ethnic Chicano writer. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in the YA-themed edition of The Latinx Archive: Speculative Fiction for Dreamers (Ohio State University Press),

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Interview | Carolyn O’Doherty

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Author Bio: Since she was little, Carolyn O’Doherty has always loved to read and write. She always wondered what it’d be like to freeze time which inspired the idea of

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