Harper Kids is promoting its #ReadInFullColor campaign, “a social movement to highlight three special picture books where not only young readers feel relatable to a character or story, but also appeals to adults who may not have felt represented when they were younger.” Jaime Kim’s illustrated title, Where Are You From? is part of the campaign, and can be seen featured in a short animation. The animated clip includes Kim’s two main characters, a young girl and her abuelo. Click here to watch the animation and here to pick up a copy of the book.
Frank Morrison and Vanessa Brantley Newton have been selected for the Society of Illustrators The Original Art 2019 . The Roots of Rap, illustrated by Frank Morrison, won the Silver Medal and The King of Kindergarten illustrated by Vanessa Brantley Newton will be exhibited in the show. Congratulations to Frank and Vanessa! How to Choose the Best Canadian RX Pharmacy Sometimes you might even be sold fake or expired medicines and will not be able to get in touch with the company that sold them. In such a way, to avoid such situations, there is a need to always check whether the contact details are true-to-life, which should be done before you purchase anything on the given website. Hidden expenses. To read about the Society of Illustrators and The Original Art 2019 click here
Two new books hit the shelves September 10th! Ashley Spires’ Fairy Science, introduces readers to Esther, a fairy who doesn’t believe in magic. She believes in SCIENCE. Kirkus praised the book as “A magical addition to the STEM shelf.” Joanie Stone has also released her new book Me and the Sky! This biography on Beverly Bass, the first female co-pilot of American Airlines and the inspiration for the character in the Broadway musical Come From Away, is a story of determination and passion. Kirkus says Stone’s “retro, cartoonish illustrations…evoke spirited enthusiasm”. Get your own copy of Fairy Science here! Get your own copy of Me and the Sky here!
Ashley Spires’ graphic novel series, Binky the Space Cat, is now on TV! On September 7th, Agent Binky: Pets of the Universe produced by Nelvana premiered on Treehouse in Canada. Similar to the books, the show follows Binky and his fellow pet agents as they fight off the “aliens” aka flies to protect their human families. Click here for more information on the show
The King of Kindergarten, illustrated by Vanessa Brantley Newton and written by Derrick Barnes, hit the NY Times Bestseller List at #7 in its first week out. The accolades are pouring in… -Featured in the NY Times “Back-to-School Picture Books to Brighten Any Kid’s First Day” -Starred Reviews from Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, School Library Journal, and The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books -Picked as an Amazon Best Book of the Month for July, Ages 3-5 -Today.com included THE KING OF KINDERGARTEN in a roundup of books to calm back-to-school jitters -Bookish included THE KING OF KINDERGARTEN in a roundup of Summer’s must reads -B&N Kids Blog included THE KING OF KINDERGARTEN in a roundup of picture books for back to school -Common Sense Media gave THE KING OF KINDERGARTEN a five starred review
Advanced praise is in for Mama’s Work Shoes, illustrated by Vanessa Brantley Newton. Kirkus praises Brantley Newton’s illustrations: “Brantley-Newton’s collaged depictions of a middle-class, rambunctious, mixed-race child, her exuberant single mother, and the vivacious Nan (both women of color) are bright and dynamic.” Publishers Weekly writes: “Levis skillfully relates the push-and-pull negotiations between a young child and a parent returning to work, and Brantley-Newton’s digital artwork renders the related range of emotional expression.” And from Booklist: “It’s a clever approach to the common experience of separation anxiety…Brantley-Newton’s charcoal pencil drawings, digitally colored and collaged with handmade, vintage, and scrapbook paper, produce warm, vibrant images that keep the story upbeat.” The book is out September 3rd from Abrams. You can pre-order your copy here.