Don’t despair at the tide of cultural glitter swamping young girls today. There are still writers producing funky female characters who don’t get their knickers in a twist at the prospect of a difficult challenge
When I discovered that my book, Rumplepimple, had been included in the Books for Kids in Gay Families list I was first thrilled, and then intrigued. I decided to ask her a few questions about how the whole thing came about. Here are her responses
I’m happy to announce that Susan Cooper will be keynoting “Transformations,” the 2015 Horn Book at Simmons Colloquium, to be held at Simmons College on October 3rd, following the presentation of the Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards the evening before.
It happens all the time at my library. A parent walks up to me and says, “My son has to read a book for school. He’s in 7th grade. He doesn’t really like reading. Can you recommend something?”Not everyone comes right out and asks me for a “boy book,” but often the expectation is there. And more often than I’d like to, I wind up handing out the usual suspects: the Percy Jackson books, the Maze Runner series. Michael Vey and Escape from Furnace and Alex Rider.
– From Ben Hatke’s Little Robot – From Ian Lendler’s The Stratford Zoo Midnight Revue Presents Romeo and Juliet, illustrated by Zack Giallongo – From Marika McCoola’s Baba Yaga’s Assistant, illustrated by Emily Carroll – From Don Brown’s...
The award was founded by CLASP in 1993 in an effort to promote U.S. authors, illustrators, and publishers who create diverse children’s literature, and to provide teachers with recommendations for classroom use.
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