But for both books, the end hope is really the same: I want them to reach a wide audience so that people who normally don’t care for science might see the human side of it, and people who know nothing about Chinese-Americans or Chinese culture can learn more about it. --Teresa Robeson
Every time I read an article or hear an idea that fits one of my categories, I add it to the designated folder. Over time, the information adds up, and eventually I may have enough information to start writing.
Karla Valenti has created an exciting and innovative way of reading about important people in STEM. Kids and teachers are going to eat this up for its inventive analogy and entertaining storytelling. And BONUS, they'll be enjoying learning! --Kaitlyn Leann Sanchez
Hi Math is Everywhere Readers and Spring Fling Kidlit Hopefuls, Today we have our twelfth prize donor in our Prize Donor Feature Series. She flawlessly connects education with fun and has such a beautiful outlook on our world… 🎉Kourtney LaFavre🎉 Kourtney is donating a picture book critique. What is your favorite thing about spring? Where … Continue reading Prize Donor Feature, Kourtney LaFavre, Spring Fling Kidlit 2020
Bloom Boom! captures that feeling of springtime.
Hi Math is Everywhere Readers, I'm so excited for Nonfiction Picture Book Challenge! But first, if you haven't entered the GIVEAWAY with Amy B. Mucha, hop over there first and get in on it! She's giving away a picture book critique and a copy of her book! I have to admit I'm one of those … Continue reading Nonfiction Picture Book Feature for NF Picture Book Challenge 2020
KAPLOOEY! My mind was BLOWN.