Children Who Dance in the Rain is an inspiring, instructive, and easily accessible introduction for readers to ideas about privilege and social justice.
Browsing: Social Justice
How Do You Live?, by Genzaburō Yoshino, is a meaningful and thoroughly enjoyable introduction to the meaning of life—for readers of all ages.
In this original and magical fantasy novel, Khoury presents a world in which the magical dream of being able to fly is a reality.
Stephanie Burgis’ The Raven Heir is an enjoyable and thought-provoking read. Everything you need for a good fantasy novel.
Children’s authors are working hard to remind kids about the power of little. These two picture books offer a powerful message of hope for young readers.
Altogether, these five volumes offer a range of powerful messages about the power of taking action, speaking up, and standing up for what is right.
Writing Boycotts, Strikes, and Marches during such a turbulent time brought home to me the Civil Rights Era’s realities like nothing else.
Girls Resist!: A Guide to Activism, Leadership, and Starting a Revolution: An activism handbook for teen girls ready to fight for change, social justice, and equality.
We can’t protect kids from everything they’ll see and endure in middle school. But chances are, there’s a novel out there that can accompany them on the journey.
Lauren Wolk: My mother’s stories of her childhood on a small farm in western Pennsylvania inspired Wolf Hollow.