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Middle Grade @ Heart Aug 21
Our for PIE IN THE SKY by is on Tuesday, August 27 at 8 pm EST! Can't wait to see you there! We'll definitely have some virtual cake to share!
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Laurie Morrison Aug 20
I'm taking a hiatus from contributing to because I've got a lot going on right now, so I didn't have anything to do with this month's newsletter and can OBJECTIVELY say: it's wonderful! Don't miss this newsletter or this amazing book, -loving friends!!
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Middle Grade @ Heart Aug 19
Our Book Club Kit for PIE IN THE SKY by is now available! Check it out for a recipe, activity, exclusive interview, discussion questions, and more—plus, meet our newest MG @ Heart contributor! -
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Laurie Morrison Aug 19
I love PIE IN THE SKY by , love this fun quiz, and love that I’m a rainbow cake, apparently! My rainbow-and-cake obsessed 3-y-o will be so proud. 🌈 🍰 ❤️
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Amanda Rawson Hill Aug 19
I'm a Nutella cake!!!
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Middle Grade @ Heart Aug 18
In honor of our book for the month, PIE IN THE SKY by Remy Lai, take this quiz to find out What Kind of Cake Are You?
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Middle Grade @ Heart Jul 30
Happy book birthday to THE MIRACULOUS by ! After you read, you might want to start journaling. Here's a quick tutorial on how to make your own cute journal!
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Middle Grade @ Heart Jul 30
Happy book birthday to our November book club pick, MY FATE ACCORDING TO THE BUTTERFLY by !!!
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Middle Grade @ Heart Jul 30
Happy book birthday to and DIARY OF AN ICE PRINCESS! Make these popsicles to enjoy while you read!
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Ash Van Otterloo 🕸️ Jul 30
A2: Growing up in AL, there were so many things about the past we avoided discussing out of "politeness," but ignoring them kept us all from growing and learning to do better. 😕 I *love* how Just South of Home shows how dangerous this can be.
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Middle Grade @ Heart Jul 30
Replying to @KarenMusings
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Karen Strong Jul 30
A8: For the Black community, it's important to bear witness to the blood kin who preserved and made the sacrifices. They paved the way. The ancestors would be so proud of Sarah. She's the result of their wildest dreams.
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Ash Van Otterloo 🕸️ Jul 30
I owe so much to my ancestors, even though they were deeply flawed (of course). Many of them overcame abuse/mental illness/poverty/abandonment, with a lot of creative workarounds, elbow grease, and generosity. Knowing that makes me want to press down a path of growth.
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☂️ Cindy Baldwin ☂️ Jul 30
MY BABIES ARE HERE!!!! 🎉☂️📚 This book is the product of so much blood, sweat, tears, and angst, but I am truly proud of what it has become, and I cannot wait to share it with the world!!!
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Middle Grade @ Heart Jul 30
Replying to @AshVanOtterloo
Definitely.
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Middle Grade @ Heart Jul 30
Thanks so much to everyone who came out tonight for our chat! Our book for August is contributor 's PIE IN THE SKY. We can't wait! The newsletter will go out August 19th, with the chat August 27th.
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Middle Grade @ Heart Jul 30
Q8—last one for tonight!
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Karen Strong Jul 30
A6: Sarah changes a lot over the summer. She's gone from a girl who "lives inside her head" to a girl who is now trying to right a wrong in her community and family. Love reading the thoughts on Sarah's change from
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Middle Grade @ Heart Jul 30
Replying to @MrsPalmer23
Well stated!
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ᑭᗩ丅ᖇᎥᑕᎥᗩ  ᑭᗩᒪᗰᗴᖇ Jul 30
A6 I love how Sarah started as a rule follower, worried abt deviating frm set plans. Circumstances forced her to loosen grip & trust her instincts while acting out of character numerous times. This out of body experience helped her become stronger & happier in end.
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