Last night I was able to catch up with one of the protesters who attended the rally for Trayvon Martin. The rally was held in Union Square, NYC, and thousands of protesters turned out.
Joanne Walsh is back for our final episode of Women’s History ‘picks’. Enjoy your weekend, friends!
We all know of at least one heroine. ‘C’here’s a video tribute to ours.
Long time readers of mine will appreciate this video, as it speaks to those of us teachers who are artistically challenged while designing bulletin boards.
HOPEFULLY, or with enough stalking I will get the exclusive, on camera interview with SLJ’s Kathy Ishizuka. *Here’s why —> “Kathy Ishizuka has been named executive editor, technology and digital projects for School Library Journal.” (Comes via breaking news from the SLJ Staff) READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE Kathy is not only a visionary in […]
I cannot contain my excitement. After all these years, I finally get to meet Mitali Perkins (in person). She’s driving from Boston today and coming to my school to speak to grades 5 and 6 about her wonderful work. Stay tuned for clips from her visit.
I have to give a huge THANK YOU to my daughter who videotaped this Face Time interview with Jayne and Chris. Her tired arms persevered through it all. Now…please meet Jayne Mendius, whose husband, Chris, I introduced to you yesterday.
Edgy is how Jayne Mendius describes her husband Chris’s latest novel, SPOONFUL. Mendius takes his readers on a journey through the sordid world of addiction. So why is addiction coming to Bowllan’s Blog? And what does it have to do with YA? Well, our world is filled various forms of addictions – some hidden – some not. Students […]