#Giveaway

I just reached over 2100 followers on my blog and over 2000 followers on Twitter – 4000+ total! To show my gratitude I’m giving away a couple righteous board books! To enter the giveaway follow me on Twitter @jlmiller516 and retweet the pinned post. The winner will receive both books – US only please. Winners will be drawn 4/17!

You Can BeFeminism is for Boys

Women and Girls Changing the World

This is an eclectic list of children’s picture books I’ve reviewed that feature women and girls fighting for all forms of justice: gender justice, LGBTQ eguality, environmental justice, and race justice. There are lots of paths to being a change maker!

I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes Her MarkThe Water WalkerHands Up!

I Am JazzWhen You Look Out the Window: How Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin Built a Community

Debbie Levy’s I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes Her Mark

Joanne Robertson’s The Water Walker

Jessica Herthel and Jazz Jennings’s I am Jazz

Breanna J. McDaniel’s Hand Up!

When You Look Out the Window: How Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin Built a Community (2017)

 

SIX MONTH BLOGOVERSARY

Image result for six month blogoversary imageIt’s my SIX MONTH BLOGOVERSARY here at RaiseThemRighteous! I began reviewing racially and ethnically diverse, LGBTQ* inclusive, and socially relevant children’s picture books 6 months ago. Then, on January 1, I started reviewing middle grade and young adult books.

I didn’t have many goals for my first 6 months, but I did want to gain 1500 followers across two platforms. And, I did it! I have 1700+ blog followers and 1600+ Twitter followers. I am also on GoodReads. Continue reading

To Be Reviewed…

book loveNow that publishers and authors are starting to contact me with review requests, I am building quite the pile. Here’s a look at the books I’ll be giving some #bookblog love to over the next week or so. I’ve already read them and I adore this pile! I have another stack at home and several books on NetGalley that I’m also working on!

I am having so much fun discovering/reading/reviewing all of these diverse, inclusive, socially relevant books. There are some amazing writers and publishers out there putting important stories into the world. I appreciate the opportunity to help get those stories in the hands, heads, and hearts of readers!

 

Book Mail/Book Love

Book mail is one of my favorite things about blogging! I have stumbled upon some amazing publishers and authors creating important work that I am proud to add to my bookshelf and help promote!

If you are an author or publisher working on diverse, LGBTQ* inclusive, socially relevant books for children and young adults, please contact me!

I am happy to review and promote your work on my blog (1600+ followers), Twitter (1500+) followers, as well as on GoodReads and Amazon!