Educators and bookstores: Given the changing nature of school and learning right now, many publishers are giving permission for teachers, librarians, and booksellers to do online read alouds. See publisher guidelines here.
Looking for some educational and fun activities to do with the kids at home? Check out my visual list here!
"This first installment in a new “Quix” series offers a transitional chapter book with STEM appeal, promoting community, creativity, and collaboration ... A great choice for future engineers, entrepreneurs, and readers who enjoy a fun story that will spark the imagination." –School Library Journal
"A glossary, discussion questions, and STEM activity add further heft; a cast of characters helps transitioning readers keep track. Positive and upbeat." - Kirkus
"Teachers could easily use this as a group activity that culminates with a building project. This series (as it continues) will be very usable in an elementary school or children’s library." - School Library Connection
"It is most notable for celebrating the life and contributions of a little-known person who, like so many, many others, put herself at risk to further the cause she believed in." - Booklist - Starred Review
"Freeman creates bold compositions comprising the food, its makers, and even Martin Luther King Jr., who assisted Gilmore in starting her own cooking business."
- Publisher's Weekly
"A winning addition to libraries that serve young readers." - School Library Journal
"Empowering." - Kirkus
SCBWI Crystal Kite Award 2019
Booklist 2018 Editor's Choice
A Mighty Girl's 2018 Books of the Year
Amazon Best Nonfiction Children's Books of 2018