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  • The Fire of Stars by Kirsten W. Larson: A Sparkling Biography of a Scientific Trailblazer

    The Fire of Stars: by Kirsten W. Larson is a must-read for anyone who loves science and is passionate about exploring the universe. It’s a fascinating and beautifully illustrated biography of Cecilia Payne, the first person to discover what burns at the heart of stars. This was one of my 23 Most Anticipated Picture Books […]

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  • New Release Round-Up: January 31, 2022

    It’s Tuesday, so you know what that means! I’ve got all the best new releases today! As always, these titles will have inclusive characters (think racial and cultural diversity, LGBTQ+ representation, diverse family structures, disability representation, and more), and fall into a range of genres in both fiction and nonfiction categories. Please Note: This post […]

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  • Jessie: Queen of the Road by Lindsay Ward

    Today I’m honored to be participating in the blog tour for Lindsay Ward’s newest title, Jessie: Queen of the Road. Inspired by seven real life female motorcyclist, Jessie tells the story of one spunky motorcycle who takes an adventure and break barriers wherever she goes. This companion to Rosie: Stronger than Steel begins in the […]

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  • New Release Round-Up: January 24, 2022

    It’s Tuesday, so you know what that means! I’ve got all the best new releases today! As always, these titles will have inclusive characters (think racial and cultural diversity, LGBTQ+ representation, diverse family structures, disability representation, and more), and fall into a range of genres in both fiction and nonfiction categories. Please Note: This post […]

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  • Review: Love is Loud: How Diane Nash Led the Civil Rights Movevement

    Love is Loud: How Diana Nash led The Civil Right Movement by Sandra Neil Wallace and Bryan Collier is a fantastic resource for anyone looking for inspiring stories for next month’s Black History Month celebrations. Covering the life of Diane Nash, the picture book biography provides young readers with a moving history lesson about an […]

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  • Review: Milloo’s Mind: The Story of Maryam Faruqi, Trailblazer for Women’s Education

    If you’re looking for an inspiring picture book for Women’s History Month, I have the perfect pick for you today! Milloo’s Mind: The Story of Maryam Faruqi, Trailblazer for Women’s Education by Reem Faruqi and Hoda Hadadi tells the story of the author’s courageous grandmother, Maryam Faruqi, founder of Happy Home Schools in Karachi, Pakistan. […]

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