Review: Please, Mr. Panda

March 23, 2015

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Please, Mr. Panda By Steve Antony Scholastic Press December 2014 32 pages Chubby Mr. Panda has a tray of frosted doughnuts to share. Yet one by one, every black and white critter strikes out in the doughnut department. With each failed attempt, Mr. Panda’s expression gets grumpier and grumpier. What seems to be the problem […]

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Review: The Scallywag Solution

March 16, 2015

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The Scallywag Solution By Trevor Newland Mosaic Press 64 pages The Scallywags are four motley crew members on board Captain Dashing Dante’s ship. Gassy Jack the Cook’s specialty is stew. Actually that’s all he cooks. Peggy Leg mops the deck, though there’s no visible evidence of this anywhere. Lazy-Eyed Liam keeps up with the laundry. […]

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Diversion Books accepting proposals

March 10, 2015

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Diversion Books publishes both original and backlist titles, and is constantly on the lookout to grow its list into new categories. Currently, they publish books in the following categories: Fiction: Romance (contemporary and historical), New Adult, Thrillers, Mysteries, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Women’s Fiction, Young Adult Non-Fiction: Business, Sports, Health, True Crime, and platform-based General Interest […]

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One Teen Story accepts unsolicited submissions

March 2, 2015

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One Teen Story is a literary magazine for teens and adults who read young adult fiction. Each issue features one amazing YA short story. Unsolicited submissions are accepted throughout the year. One Teen Story accepts submissions from writers of all ages. 8 of the 12 stories they publish are written by established and emerging adult […]

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Review: Wangari Maathai

February 23, 2015

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February is Black History Month In observance of Black History Month, Advice from a Caterpillar spotlights new releases in nonfiction picture books that celebrate achievements of African Americans and the heroic deeds of two Africans who changed the world. In this biography we learn about one woman who brought peace and democracy to Africa through […]

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Review: Gordon Parks

February 16, 2015

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February is Black History Month In observance of Black History Month, Advice from a Caterpillar spotlights new releases in nonfiction picture books that celebrate achievements of African Americans and the heroic deeds of two Africans who changed the world. This is the story of Gordon Parks who was quoted as saying: “I suffered evils, but […]

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Review: The Case for Loving

February 12, 2015

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February is Black History Month In observance of Black History Month, Advice from a Caterpillar spotlights new releases in nonfiction picture books that celebrate achievements of African Americans and the heroic deeds of two Africans who changed the world. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, here’s a love story that changed history. The Case for […]

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