You Mean Women Won Rights? News to Me.

You Mean Women Won Rights? News to Me.

If You Lived When Women Won Their Rights by Anne Kamma. Scholastic, 2006.

Now here is a compelling and well-told story! Kamma never loses her narrative thread, she includes quotes and details, and she keeps the details to those that ground the story or move it forward. She, in short, finds a plot and develops it. Aside: This is exactly what I want to do with my project.

Anyway, the language is simple and straightforward, yet it doesn’t sacrifice artfulness for a sterile informative tone (like some hideous books on sea turtles I read first semester), rather the tone is engaging, the voice consistent. An important book!

Bizarre and Creepy: Almond's Skellig is the Perfect Middle Grade

Bizarre and Creepy: Almond's Skellig is the Perfect Middle Grade

Another Reason My Yard is Full of Holes: How to Dig a Hole to the Other Side of the World

Another Reason My Yard is Full of Holes: How to Dig a Hole to the Other Side of the World