Posts Tagged: Jason Reynolds

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

“All American Boys” is One of the Year’s Most Important Books. Read It, Share It, Discuss It, Repeat.

If I had a million dollars I would buy cases of this book. Anytime that someone begins a discussion on the Black Lives Matter movement, police brutality in the United States, or the current American experience of race I’d hand

“All American Boys” is One of the Year’s Most Important Books. Read It, Share It, Discuss It, Repeat.

If I had a million dollars I would buy cases of this book. Anytime that someone begins a discussion on the Black Lives Matter movement, police brutality in the United States, or the current American experience of race I’d hand