“Kids don’t read books anymore…” I’m sure I am not the only one who runs into this pushback on a regular basis. While it’s a common assumption that kids today prefer their digital devices over reading books, but research has actually shown that Millennials are more well-read than earlier generations and read more books per… Read More PBS wants to keep Millennials Reading | The Great American Read and It’s Lit!
April is Celebrate Diversity Month and also an excellent time to discover new reads that foster empathy, increases awareness and encourages authentic conversations. Celebrate Diversity Month, started in 2004 to recognize and honor the diversity surrounding us all. By celebrating differences and similarities during this month, organizers hope that people will get a deeper understanding… Read More Celebrate Diversity Month with Books that Encourage Conversations
Guest post from Hannah Rials A Social Justice YA Book | Dear Martin by Nic Stone Justyce McAllister is the best kind of person—loyal friend, willing to help someone in need, top of his class on the Ivy League track. However, the police officer who cuffs him after trying to help his ex-girlfriend doesn’t care… Read More Dear Martin by Nic Stone | A Social Justice YA Book