Jonathan Todres and Sarah Higinbotham, “Human Rights in Children’s Literature: Imagination and the Narrative of the Law” (Oxford UP, 2016)
How can children grow to realize their inherent rights and respect the rights of others? In Human Rights in Children’s Literature: Imagination and the Narrative of Law (Oxford University Press, 2016), authors Jonathan Todres and Sarah Higinbotham explore this question… Read More
Debbie Levy, “I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes Her Mark” (Simon and Schuster, 2016)
Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has spent a lifetime disagreeing with inequality, arguing against unfair treatment, and standing up for what’s right for people everywhere. I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes Her Mark (Simon and Schuster, 2016), a biographical… Read More
Laura Gehl, “Peep and Egg: I’m Not Trick-or-Treating” (Farrar, Strus, and Giroux, 2016)
Peep cant wait for Halloween to start, but younger Egg has a long list of reasons to wish it would not. In a scene familiar to many families, the prospect of trick-or-treating conjures fun costumes and candy and games for… Read More
Loki Mulholland, et.al. “She Stood for Freedom: The Untold Story of a Civil Rights Hero, Joan Trumpauer Mulholland” (Shadow Mountain, 2016)
“Anyone can make a difference. Find a problem, get some friends together, and go fix it. Remember you don’t have to change the world, just change your world.” –Joan Trumpauer Mulholland In the early 1960s, in the segregated South, a… Read More
Patti Wheeler and Keith Hemstreet, “Travels with Gannon and Wyatt: Hawaii” (Greenleaf Book Group, 2016)
Exotic, dangerous, exhilarating and extreme–the contradictions that are Hawaii are the challenges adventurer twins, Gannon and Wyatt, must face as they seek to unravel a centuries-old mystery in Travels with Gannon and Wyatt: Hawaii (Greenleaf Book Group) by Patti Wheeler… Read More
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