Tag Archives: Alfred A. Knopf

Roundup: Fabulous Books About Immigrants and Refugees – MG Novels

Tomorrow marks the one-year anniversary of America’s first Refugee Travel Ban. According to World Relief Seattle: “Over the course of the first year of the Trump Administration, just 29,725 refugees have been admitted to the U.S., compared to 99,183 the … Continue reading

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Sweet Adoption Book

At the library last month, I was over the moon to discover SWEET MOON BABY: AN ADOPTION TALE, written by Karen Henry Clark and illustrated by Patrice Barton (Alfred A. Knopf, 2010). This poignant picture book tells a mystical adoption tale that be… Continue reading

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