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Sunday, February 7, 2016

Hello YAPers! In case you didn't know, February is Black History Month. This is a month dedicated to celebrating the many successes African Americans have made in the United States. Here are a few of my favorite books that highlight those who have contributed to our nation and world, in their own unique way.
I Have a Dream
The Story of Ruby Bridges
We Are A Ship
Harlem's Little Blackbird
Sewing Stories

For further reading, check out my latest picture book review.

If you're free on February 20, 2016, stop by Park Road Books for my very first picture book signing of Nana's Favorite Things! The book is for ages 4-7, and I'll be reading it to everyone in attendance. Can't make it, no worries. Find out more information about the book and my publisher, hereA brief synopsis is below. 

Sasha loves to shoot hoops and ride her bike. Those are her favorite things to do. But she also enjoys her Nana’s yummy treats. One day, Sasha learns her Nana has diabetes and can no longer eat the tasty snacks they have baked together over the years. With quick thinking, Sasha comes up with a clever plan to help her Nana become more active and healthy. Before long, Sasha and Nana realize they both have some new favorite things.

Until next time, don't forget the YAP motto ... "Anything is possible, as long as you believe!"

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