Demand Inclusive Children’s Culture, Get it from Flamingo Rampant

Flamingo Rampant is a small-press committed to producing racially and ethnically inclusive, feminist, and LGBTQ*-positive children’s picture books. The press was founded by S. Bear Bergman and j. wallace skelton. Over a dozen books are now available!

Flamingo Rampant is currently raising money through a Kickstarter campaign for their next set of six titles to be published August 2019.

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I have just reached 1100 followers on WordPress and 1000 followers on Twitter. I’m so happy!

I have been putting tons of work into RaiseThemRighteous! I love writing book reviews about my favorite children’s literature and am looking forward to expanding my blog to include reviews of #MG and #YA literature in 2019! Thank you to everyone who follows the blog. If you don’t, please take a look and follow for email alerts about new posts!

I’ve made amazing connections in the blogger and children’s literature communities on Twitter! I love serving as a first round @CybilsAwards judge for #EasyReader and #EarlyChapter books. And, I’m excited to review my first book for Multicultural Children’s Literature Day! If you haven’t followed me on Twitter, please do.

Thank you for your support!

Jennifer

The Beginning of Your Life Book Club

Episode 1 - Book ClubI love presenting my work on children’s literature at academic conferences. I never fail to meet amazing people who understand the importance of popular culture, including children’s books. I met Emily Akins at the Children’s Literature Association‘s Summer 2018 conference. Emily is an Editorial Director at Hallmark and in 2018 she won an award that provided her with a 6-month sabbatical from her job to pursue a personal project. Emily decided to research children’s literature and create a podcast: The Beginning of Your Life Book Club. She is already reaching a wide audience, but let’s help her reach even more people as invested in amazing children’s books as we are!

Follow Me on Goodreads and Twitter

Hi friends!

I am working to spread the word about RaiseThemRighteous! I am on Twitter at @jlmiller516 and on Goodreads at https://www.goodreads.com/RaiseThemRighteous! Please, follow me across platforms and share my blog with friends and family.

I’ve been posting socially engaged, diverse, and LGBTQ* #kidlit book reviews for about four months, and plan on adding middle grade and young adult literature to the blog in January!

I’m also a @CybilsAwards judge for easy readers and early chapter books – I love it! And, this year I’m going to be a Multicultural Children’s Book Day Reviewer for the first time. I love that these things exist and am so happy to participate!

Jennifer