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ALAN pt 2

December 1, 2013

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I went to ALAN this year because Lyn Miller-Lachmann (Rogue; Nancy Paulsen Books) asked me to moderate a panel with her, Kekla Magoon (The Rock and the River; Aladdin) and Rene Saldana Jr (Juventud! Growing up on the Border: Stories and Poems; VAO Publishing). entitled “It’s Complicated: Diverse Authors Revisit the Classics”. We had a […]

Saddleback Educational Publishing

January 7, 2013

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If you looked at the list of African American books published in 2012, you would have noticed a number of books published by Saddleback publishing. Late last year, I contacted Saddleback to find out about who they are, what they publish and what their new series are all about. The following is the response I […]

SundayMorningReads

May 15, 2011

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Books give publishers access to children and affect how they perceive the world around them. Books validate us, inspire us and teach us. So, shouldn’t we be concerned about the librarians, authors, publishers, editors and other adults who have access to our children through the world of books?

Tuesday Tidbits

March 9, 2010

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I’ve been collecting stuff while collecting time to reflect and repose. I don’t know, too much snow? too much school? Not enough vitamin D? I just need to step back, reflect and. . . chillax for a minute. Still, though I’m still getting stuff I really need to pass along to readers! JoAnn Hernandez was […]