Month

June 2021
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A Note to Readers As we approach Independence Day, it’s a good time to reflect on the people who helped establish this country. Given that the United States was formed at a time when women mostly worked as homemakers, teachers, nurses, and servants, it’s both surprising and delightful to find out that women also took...
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A Note to Readers I am so excited about this post from Aileen Weintraub. I met Aileen in a Facebook group this past winter, and was so excited to learn about her new book, We Got Game: 35 Female Athletes Who Changed the World. Young female athletes need books about their role models–how they’re winning...
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A Note to Readers I can’t wait to read Ken Lamug’s new book! I mean, a superhero story with a snarky sidekick—how cool is that? The book comes out June 15–and I’ll be waiting for mine to arrive at my local indy bookstore. But if you want to order one and get a signed book,...
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11Reluctant Readers
A Note to Readers I’m delighted to welcome Kim Zachman to the blog to talk about how to reach those reluctant readers. Whether you are a writer, educator or librarian, this post will help you connect with readers. Enjoy!   Reeling in Reluctant Readers by Kim Zachman   For seven years, I had the best...
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