Watch It, Stream It, Read It | Julie and the Phantoms’ Songs as Books

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It’s pretty much undeniable that Netflix’s Julie and the Phantoms has stolen our hearts forever more. The story? Amazing. The characters? Beyond endearing. And the songs? Well, let’s just say

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10 Black Illustrators We Love, and You Should Too

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In publishing, there’s always an announcement coming down the pipeline about the newest deal, publishing dates, and our personal favorite: cover reveals. However, artists tied to these works are not

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Love is a Revolution | Renée Watson

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Love is a Revolution by Renée Watson Bloomsbury YA; 2021; 304 pages Content Warnings: N/A About the Author: “Renée Watson is a New York Times bestselling author, educator, and community

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Black Trailblazers in Children’s Literature

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Among the authors on this list, there are New York Times and Indie Best Sellers, Coretta Scott King Award Winners, Horn Book Award Winners, and Caldecott Medalists. Above all else,

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Bloodshed, Betrayal, and Bad Connections | Reacting to Dear Haiti, Love Alaine by Maika and Maritza Moulite

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Warning: Spoilers ahead for Dear Haiti, Love Alaine by Maika and Maritza Moulite! Dear Haiti, Love Alaine has been on my radar since its release in 2019. In anticipation for

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More Than a Hashtag | Value, Humanity, & Being ‘One of the Good Ones’

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Warning: Spoilers ahead for One of the Good Ones by Maika and Maritza Moulite!  “She was mine before she was anyone else’s. All mine. Partly mine. Now she belongs to

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