Monthly Archives: May 2010

Bronte Sisters Action Dolls

Watch this funny video about action dolls for the Bronte Sisters. I love how it educates kids or whoever’s watching that women can and did get published even in horribly misogynist times–all in an entertaining manner. I think I’d actually … Continue reading

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Children’s Choice Book Awards announced

Kids voted James Patterson author of the year, and Peter Brown illustrator of the year, for the third annual Children’s Choice Book Awards. I really like both of those authors/illustrators, so that’s lovely to see. There are some other fantastic … Continue reading

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Another gay book banned at a high school–but some reactions still give hope

Another LGBT book has been banned at a high school–Revolutionary Voices edited by Amy Sonnie–a “groundbreaking, multicultural collection of stories by the queer and young” banned at Rancocas Valley High School. Sad. But what I found refreshing and hopeful was … Continue reading

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