📚Separate Is Never Equal (2014) Author & Illustrator: Duncan Tonatiuh Publisher: Abrams Books for Young Readers Imagine being told you could not go to a certain school just because of the color of your skin! This is a reality that is not too far removed from present day and possibly still systematically happening in some … More Separate Is Never Equal!
March is Women’s History Month! Here are some of the Wonderful Women we have read about and celebrated so far this month! 💫Ella Fitzgerald (Jazz Singer) Little Leaders • Vashti Harrison 💫Jane Goodall (Primatologist & Anthropologist) 💫Gwen Ifill (Journalist) 💫Ida B. Wells (Journalist & Activist) 💫Oprah Winfrey (Broadcast Journalist) Little Leaders • Vashti Harrison 💫Mary … More 14 Wonderful Women To Celebrate!
Six more diverse authors of children’s literature this week on our Book Journey! Several of these authors are also illustrators!!! Princess Hair (2014) Author: Sharee Miller Illustrator: Sharee Miller 📚A Princess’s pride and glory is her crown, her hair! Celebrate curls, braids, twist, knots and other fabulous hair styles with this story! Radiant Child: The … More Day 29🔭 March 15: More Diverse Discoveries!
March is Women’s History Month! We have been featuring some awesome women on our instagram feed all month! These three books are wonderful resources and hold a wealth of information on around 200 women who have influenced our world! 📚Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History (2017) •Vashti Harrison 💫Little Leader’s features women such as…Phillis … More Celebrate Women’s History Month with these Three Outstanding Books!
•Love Double Dutch! (2018) •Doreen Spicer-Dannelly •Random House Books for Young Readers •Publishes April 3, 2018 •Recommended for Middle Schoolers + 📚 Kayla loves double Dutch! (Per the title!) Double Dutch provides Kayla a positive outlet and distraction from her home life which is anything but stable. She finds her peace and solace when she … More Who Loves Double Dutch?
•Little Brothers & Little Sisters (2018) •Monica Arnaldo •Owlkids Books •Publishes April 15, 2018 Monica Arnaldo beautifully illustrates the special relationship and bond between siblings in, Little Brothers & Little Sisters! Younger siblings often look up to their older siblings for guidance and protection. Older siblings are the first role model for the younger sibling. … More Little Brothers & Little Sisters…🕶A Lulu Looks Forward To Book Review!
Celebrate and Explore the Beauty of Africa with Children by Reading these Eight Stunning Books! 📚 🌏The Twelve Dancing Princesses (2007) Author & Illustrator: Rachel Isadora 📚One King with twelve daughters who disappear each night! Which one will be chosen to be the Princess? An African retelling of the Grimm’s classic tale! 🌏Catch that Goat … More Eight Exciting Books to Celebrate Africa!
We have discovered eight more diverse authors of children’s literature this week on our Book Journey! 📚 When Grandma Sings (2012) Author: Margee King Mitchell Illustrator: James E. Ransome If Kids Ran the World (2014) Authors & Illustrators: Leo & Diane Dillon I Love You Too (2014) Author: Ziggy Marley Illustrator: AG Jatkowska Melena’s Jubilee … More Day 29🔭March 7: Diverse Discoveries!
Title: Wallpaper Author & Illustrator: Thao Lam Publisher: Owlkids Books Publication Date: April 15, 2018 📚 Wallpaper is a wordless beauty of a story! I love wordless picture books as they provide you with an opportunity to tell the story your own way and in your own voice! The best part about wordless books is … More Wallpaper🕶A Lulu Looks Forward To…Book Review!
Title: Something Happened in Our Town: A Child’s Guide to Racial Injustice Authors: Marianne Celano, PhD, ABPP & Marietta Collins, PhD, & Ann Hazzard, PhD, ABPP Illustrator: Jennifer Zivoin Publisher: Magination Press Publishing Date: June 11, 2018 📚 Something Happened in Our Town is a book that addresses the tough issue of continuing racial injustice … More Something Happened in Our Town: Racial Injustice From A Child’s Eyes.