Monthly Archives: April 2014

Diversify Your Shelves Campaign #weneeddiversebooks

Today we’re revealing the next part of the #WeNeedDiverseBooks campaign, a project that’s near and dear to our hearts! Part three is called “Diversify Your Shelves,” and it’s all about taking a personal approach to promoting diversity in literature. What … Continue reading

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We Need Diverse Books Campaign

Recently, there’s been a groundswell of discontent over the lack of diversity in children’s literature. The issue is being picked up by news outlets like these two pieces in the NYT, CNN, EW, and many more. But while we individually … Continue reading

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The One Dumb Thing I Did = A Nasty Review That Will Last Forever

Like many authors, I have a love-hate relationship with reviews. When I discover a new review of one of my books on a blog, Amazon, or Goodreads, I kind of look at it sideways, squinting as I read it. I’m … Continue reading

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