My Soapbox column in Publishers Weekly: “Showing Up and Moving Forward”

May 8th, 2022|Categories: Alton Yates, Austin Public Library, author visits, Beach Lane, Chris Barton, civil rights, diversity, freedom to read, library, Moving Forward, nonfiction, public education, public libraries, Publishers Weekly, school libraries, school visits, Simon & Schuster, Soapbox, Steffi Walthall, Texas school visits|

I wrote something this spring -- began writing it for [...]

Activities for Whoosh! Lonnie Johnson’s Super-Soaking Stream of Inventions and other books

March 22nd, 2022|Categories: activity guide, Alton Yates, Barbara Jordan, Beach Lane, Charlesbridge, comprehension questions, curriculum guide, discussion guide, educator's guide, Eerdmans, Lonnie Johnson, Moving Forward, Simon & Schuster, The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch, What Do You Do With a Voice Like That, Whoosh!|

Book activities, discussion guides, curriculum guides, educator guides—whatever you tend [...]

Our favorite moments (so far!) in “This One’s Dedicated to…”

March 3rd, 2022|Categories: Angela Cervantes, Baptiste Paul, Betsy Bird, Chris Barton, dedications, Gene Luen Yang, Jennifer Ziegler, John Schu, K.A. Holt, Kao Kalia Yang, Karina Yan Glaser, Kekla Magoon, Nikki Grimes, Rita Williams-Garcia, Stephen Shaskan, Steve Sheinkin, Stuart Gibbs, Texas Association for Literacy Education, This One's Dedicated to, Torrey Maldonado, Tracey Baptiste, Veronica Miller Jamison|

As part of our appearance at the Texas Association for [...]

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