books between cultures for young readers
Thank you for this list, Mitali. A couple of these blogs are new to me.
You're very welcome, Susan!
SI BookDragon Terry Hong here ... Mitali, thanks SOOO very much for including BookDragon. My second 'awww, shucks' moment in a week ... LIBRARY JOURNAL recently sent kudos my way, calling BookDragon, "whip-smart, charming, and not to be crossed." I'm so, so thrilled (and always a bit surprised) that I'm not babbling completely to my own silly self! Thanks again indeed!
Thanks so much for remembering me. I really like Edi Campbell's blog Crazy Quilts A while back she did one of the best not so obvious (Freakonomic) book pairings I've seen in a minute http://campbele.wordpress.com/2010/07/03/book-pairing-williams-garcia-and-compestine/
Of course! How could I have forgotten Edi's blog? I've added it right now.
Thank you so much for mentioning me! And thank you for this list--I've discovered some great new blogs.
I was familiar with several of these - but many thanks for introducing me to some new ones that look great!I hope soon to join you and these great blogs to be another space to talk about culture, gender, sexuality, class, etc. in children's literature:http://storiesaregoodmedicine.blogspot.com/
Great list! It was fun to find a few that were new to me. Thanks.
Yes, Summer Edward's Caribbean Children's Literature blog:http://www.summeredward.blogspot.com/It's a new to me blog. :)
This is a great list to have. I am following a few but not all. I will get started now. Thanks for sharing this.
Check out this great kid-lit blog. www.saffrontree.org
Thanks for this list!I'm not familar with the last blog mentioned, or all the ones in the comments :)As for the mention. What can I say? I'm completely honored. Thank You!
Hi Mitali. Your novel "Secret Keeper" looks amazing. Would you recommend it as being accessible for Gr.6/7 readers?Thank you!-TLP
Yes, Tamara Lynn, that's the perfect age for SECRET KEEPER, grades 6-9.
Mitali,Thanks so much for adding me! I'd also add Tarie's Asia in the Heart, World on the Mind.http://asiaintheheart.blogspot.com/
Thanks, Mitali!Your readers may also be interested in a blog by a Native grad student... NATIVE APPROPRIATIONS. The blogger writes about Native imagery in pop culture. Find her by searching on Native Appropriations.
Thanks for this list.. This is exactly what I was looking for!!
Thank you for this list! I am excited to find it. :)