Posts Tagged: Jason Reynolds

Jason Reynold’s “For Everyone” is a Poem, a Nod, a Nothing to Lose

The beautiful, slim new volume by Jason Reynolds is all things and nothing. He explains in the preface that parts of the piece began when he was a young man and he didn’t know exactly what he was writing, he

Jason Reynold’s “For Everyone” is a Poem, a Nod, a Nothing to Lose

The beautiful, slim new volume by Jason Reynolds is all things and nothing. He explains in the preface that parts of the piece began when he was a young man and he didn’t know exactly what he was writing, he

What’s Making Me Happy This Week: Jason Reynolds and Glen Weldon

As a long time fan of Jason Reynolds, it has been a sheer delight to watch his star rise over the past year. My first introduction to Jason was with his book My Name is Jason. Mine Too. It’s a

What’s Making Me Happy This Week: Jason Reynolds and Glen Weldon

As a long time fan of Jason Reynolds, it has been a sheer delight to watch his star rise over the past year. My first introduction to Jason was with his book My Name is Jason. Mine Too. It’s a

My Favorite Reads of 2017 – Books for All Ages

Some of these titles have been around for awhile, and some are brand-new, but these are the books that had me cheering, crying, thinking and celebrating a bookish life in 2017. Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls: 100 Tales of

My Favorite Reads of 2017 – Books for All Ages

Some of these titles have been around for awhile, and some are brand-new, but these are the books that had me cheering, crying, thinking and celebrating a bookish life in 2017. Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls: 100 Tales of

“Ghost” by Jason Reynolds Rocked for Book Discussion

*This is a reblog from our work site, please excuse the work jargon and enjoy. 🙂 For our Chapter Chats program (book club for 3rd-5th graders,) we read Jason Reynold’s Ghost and the discussion was electric. The kids burst into

“Ghost” by Jason Reynolds Rocked for Book Discussion

*This is a reblog from our work site, please excuse the work jargon and enjoy. 🙂 For our Chapter Chats program (book club for 3rd-5th graders,) we read Jason Reynold’s Ghost and the discussion was electric. The kids burst into

Hightlights From TweensRead – One Moderators View

TweensRead is an annual convention with the goal of connecting authors to their young readers. Throughout the day there are a series of panels offered, each with a set of authors who answer questions from the attendees. This Saturday was the 2016

Hightlights From TweensRead – One Moderators View

TweensRead is an annual convention with the goal of connecting authors to their young readers. Throughout the day there are a series of panels offered, each with a set of authors who answer questions from the attendees. This Saturday was the 2016

Jason Reynolds Will Be in Houston & YOU Could Meet Him

On October 22nd, 2016, some of the country’s best, most influential, and up-and-coming authors for young readers will gather at South Houston High School for a completely FREE event called Tweens Read. The event will open with a keynote speech by

Jason Reynolds Will Be in Houston & YOU Could Meet Him

On October 22nd, 2016, some of the country’s best, most influential, and up-and-coming authors for young readers will gather at South Houston High School for a completely FREE event called Tweens Read. The event will open with a keynote speech by

Ignore the Mullet & This Song Remains Relevant: “Bad” and Race Relations in America

I’m not one who reflects back on music from past decades. It may pass through my ears every one in awhile, and I respect that it has influenced me and my life, but I try to always move forward. Seeking

Ignore the Mullet & This Song Remains Relevant: “Bad” and Race Relations in America

I’m not one who reflects back on music from past decades. It may pass through my ears every one in awhile, and I respect that it has influenced me and my life, but I try to always move forward. Seeking