Category: May #smashingstereotypes Challenge

Day 20: #genderequality for all!

We have been loving this hosting gig, and today’s topic is one of our favorites, so we’re ecstatic to show you what we’ve got! Today we are talking about books that are #smashingstereotypes with their depiction of #genderequality! You might think that books on… Continue Reading “Day 20: #genderequality for all!”

Day 16: Adults Read Too?

Hello All! We’re all the way to the middle of May, and it’s flown by! Although we spend a whole lot of our time reading children’s literature, we have some favorite books for adult readers as well! As educators, we especially enjoy books that… Continue Reading “Day 16: Adults Read Too?”

Day 13, Living the Dream

Corrie is finally done with her spring semester, but she starts a new job tomorrow! She never gets a day off y’all, and she works so hard. Lee starts a new position in the next few weeks as well, so there are many changes afoot… Continue Reading “Day 13, Living the Dream”

Day 12: Featuring Fabulous Illustrators!

Day 12, and it’s all about illustrators today!  We had a pretty tough time narrowing it down, because every artist has their own unique style and artistic twist, which makes it so difficult to choose favorites!  Without further ado, here are our favorite book… Continue Reading “Day 12: Featuring Fabulous Illustrators!”

We’re here to profile #lgbtcharacters who #smashstereotypes!

It’s Day 10 folks, and we’re so excited that the topic of #lgbtcharacters has come up, because as two queer educators, we are super passionate about the representation that younger LGBTQ folks can experience with the wealth of books now available! To check out… Continue Reading “We’re here to profile #lgbtcharacters who #smashstereotypes!”

Our May Endeavor!

Hi friends! We wanted to let you know what we’re going to be up to for the month of May, because we’re super excited about it!  We have the great honor of working with the Gender Equality Charter and a variety of other groups… Continue Reading “Our May Endeavor!”

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