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!
I must be the luckiest person in the world! I was just paired with a SECOND book for Multicultural Children’s Book Day. I am so excited to participate this year and spread the word about some amazing books!
Today I was matched with a book for my Multicultural Children’s Book Day review. I’m so excited to participate. Look for my upcoming review of Art Coulson’s Unstoppable: How Jim Thorpe and the Carlisle Indian School Football Team Defeated Army!
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.
I spent Saturday night binging Cybils Awards nominations in the #earlychapter category and am working on a review of three books called “Boys and Their Best Beasts.” I am having so much fun as a round one judge!
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.
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