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Kelsey E Cicerone Nov 13
I think having a read aloud is a great way to keep students engaged in all books!
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Gnat & Corky Author/lllustrator Duo 4h
Gnat & Corky Series celebrate the spirit of children; all colors, all creeds, all abilities- they show us just how alike we are, & how much our differences unite us.
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F. Anthony Falcon Nov 15
So grateful to be the KIDLIT411 Author Spotlight!! Please read the interview and thank you for the support!!
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Jake Hayes Sep 30
Overwhelmed by the number of votes in already, thanks everyone. Would be great to have more books from outside UK / US also . And remember 21st century only please!
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Kirkus Reviews Nov 4
M IS FOR MOVEMENT, by "The extremely ambitious text is a powerful narrative that encourages long-term awareness, work, sacrifice, and patience in order to effect change for all people." 🎉 Out tomorrow! 🎉
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Sabina Khan Nov 6
🎉📢I'm celebrating my birthday week by giving away 4 copies of THE LOVE & LIES OF RUKHSANA ALI. I'd love for 2 of them to go to teachers/librarians. Follow/RT by 11/9 to enter. US/Canada only. Art cards & bookmark incl.🎉
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❤️🧡💛Catblossom💚💙💜 Oct 27
Replying to @brownbookworm
Whoa. There's *so much room* for white children that are still notable, lady. But also? It is good and important for white kids to see *their friends* as the heroes of the story, too. Way more often than they have been.
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TheIndyLearningTeam 5h
We hope you will join us LIVE on Story Spot Monday's at 7:45PM. Story Spot is a time for us to read together and build a community of diverse people reading diverse books! We want to hear from you! What are some of your favorite picture books??
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Tracy Rose 🌹☠️ Jul 22
I run a free little library and my neighborhood is very diverse. Looking for some good book titles for all ages for the Latin, Hispanic, Asian and African American neighbors that drop by. Any suggestions, Twitterverse?
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Margarita Engle Sep 28
Inclusive is one of my favorite words for talking about , because ALL children are included.
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Giving Book Day 11h
We can't wait to share these books with our friends! Thanks to our donors!
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Margarita Engle Oct 8
Happy release day to Dreams From Many Rivers, a history-in-verse that took me many years to research and write!❤️📚
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angharad. Oct 24
This week is and to celebrate, I have compiled a list of (a lot) of books featuring characters on the ace spectrum! I hope you find something you love ❤️ -
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Katie LeFrancois Oct 15
We were so lucky to meet author Alex Gino today! Thank you for sharing your journey as a writer and why you choose to write powerful books like “George”-AKA-“Melissa’s Story”❤️ Thank you for being so thoughtful & inspiring! ❤️
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First Book Nov 7
For kids, reading fun books is an adventure in and of itself, but reading fun books that also relate to their cultures and senses of identities helps foster a lifelong love of reading!
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Kirkus Reviews Oct 28
MUSLIM GIRLS RISE, by Saira Mir and "As a collection for younger readers to browse, as a starting point for older readers, and as a source of inspiration and pride for all ages, this volume wins." 🎉 Out tomorrow! 🎉
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Sabina Khan Nov 4
I woke up to this tweet!😭💞 I can't fully express just how much this means to me & my younger self. Incredibly grateful that I get to do this.
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Keila Dawson charges $5 to ans "Where are u from?" Nov 5
Love ? wants YOU to REVIEW one. Head over to their site & sign up! is January 31st.
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Multnomah County Library Aug 26
Join the library and Portland Community College in welcoming U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor to celebrate the release of her new children's book, Just Ask! Be Different, Be Brave, Be You.
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Justine Laismith Nov 16
Blog tour day 6: There’s a review and an excerpt. You can also enter the rafflecopter to win an ebook, voucher or a mystery prize!
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