Hannah chats about the goings-on of a children's publisher specializing in diversity.
The legendary George Ford, flanked by illustrators @ericvelasquezny and Colin Bootman at the Harlem Book Fair:
This is what it looks like when a debut author gets the first copies of her first book in the mail:
Oh LORD. Proof that the NYT doesn't care about kidlit: they've just misspelled the word Newbery on the front page.
Look what got delivered to our office today. Yum:
And if this doesn't make you want to adopt a puffling IMMEDIATELY, then you have a lot more self control than I:
Something to start your weekend off right: BABY PUFFINS painted by Betsy Lewin. I want to take them homeee!
Spotted: Illustrator R. Gregory Christie's artwork in a NYC subway!
One more sneak peek: here's Bill Traylor sitting on his corner in Montgomery, AL and drawing:
Sneak peek #2 from IT JES' HAPPENED, out this spring. I love love love this blue:
Here's a first peek at R. Gregory Christie's art from our new biography of outsider artist Bill Traylor:
YOU GUYS. Best Secret Santa present ever! And here is me wearing it:
And here I am lagging behind and running to catch up. Would I call myself an athlete? No, I would not. #12miles
And here we are with Uncle Sam, somewhere along the way: #12miles
Here's a shot from the start of our 12-mile walk, with a Park Ranger at the African Burial Ground #12miles
A shot of Lulu Delacre at today's #MANSEF Conference, teaching how to use JAY AND BEN with #autistic kids:
And here's one of my favorite illustrations from LOVE TWELVE MILES LONG, of Frederick Douglass's mother:
And here's UNDER THE MESQUITE author Guadalupe Garcia McCall in the shade of a mesquite tree, age 18
Here's one of my favorites: Guadalupe Garcia McCall in full quinceañera attire with her mom, age 15:
Need an afternoon pick-me-up? Here it is!
A sneak peek at one of the gorgeous pieces of art that just came in for our upcoming book IRENA'S JARS OF SECRETS:
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