One midsummer day, a cawing baby appeared in a skiff at Elizabeth Islands, a small island in Massachusetts. She grew
Wishtree, by Katherine Applegate, is told from the perspective of a tree. Mrs. E., our school librarian, recommended it and
I recently read a book called The Empress and the Silkworm, written and illustrated by Lily Toy Hong. It is a
Every summer I go to a writing camp to learn more and more about writing. Last week, I attended Creative
I read this book about slavery and the end of slavery called Juneteenth, by Vaunda Micheaux Nelson and Drew Nelson.
For Father’s Day, I’m reviewing a book called My Daddy Loves Me, by Mama, Baba, and Sekou Afrika. It is
I read The Case For Loving: The Fight For Interracial Marriage, by Selina Alko. It is about the right to
I went to Printer’s Row Lit Fest in Chicago today. The event is the Midwest’s Largest Literary Festival. There were lots