Anyone who reads Mockingbird will come away with a renewed appreciation for the power of perseverance and compassion in the face of tragedy.
Sally J. Pla is an award-winning author of books for young readers. She shares insights into her latest novel, The Fire, the Water, and Maudie McGinn.
El Deafo is an autobiographical story based loosely on author Cece Bell’s childhood and growing up hearing impaired. It’s a refreshing and empowering work.
Wonder by R.J. Palacio is powerful and inspiring book. Auggie’s story is inspiring a growing movement of compassion and empathy toward others.
Debunking Disabilities: A list of excellent books exploring the fight for disability rights curated by Anna Iacovetta, Ph. D.
The Sister Who Ate Her Brothers is a fantastic introduction to real fairy tales for questioning readers—but not for the faint-hearted!
Based on a true story from the author’s experience, The Mermaid Who Learned to Dance is an inspiring, heart-warming fairy tale.
Out of My Mind teaches and challenges us to be accepting, thoughtful, and kind to all people, including people that may be different from us.
The Case of the Crying Signpost is exciting, instructive, and enjoyable—great for young mystery, history, and ghost-story fans.
In this interview, Medea discusses the sixth installment of the delightful Honeycake book series, Honeycake: A Helping Hand!