School Library Journal reviews THE WILD WORLD HANDBOOK by Andrea Debbink
Young people interested in conservation and climate activism or merely getting closer to nature will find much to expand their knowledge here…This accessible guide offers a good balance of detailed information with engaging activities and calls to action. It could be used successfully in STEAM, outdoor classroom, or environmental science units. A strong choice to inspire young changemakers for our planet.
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Publishers Weekly reviews SONG FOR JIMI: The Story of Guitar Legend Jimi Hendrix by Charles R. Smith Jr.
Smith relays the musical ascent of “git-tar superstar” Jimi Hendrix (1942–1970)—from birth to the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival—evoking in each of five protracted verses, plus an outro and interlude, musical styles that the left-handed guitarist famously melded to create his sound…Hendrix fans young and old will appreciate this look at how “Jimi showed the world/ how to kiss the sky.”
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Maya Lang’s “The Anxiety of Growing Up Asian American” in New York Magazine’s The Cut
Maya Lang’s essay “The Anxiety of Growing Up Asian American” appeared in New York Magazine’s The Cut. Read the piece here.
MOTHER MAY I picked as Thriller of the Month for May
The Sunday Times picked MOTHER MAY I by Joshilyn Jackson as their thriller for the month of May. Read about it here.