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March New Releases & Activity Books

By Sarah Adams Permalink

We started off the month celebrating Women's History month, and we find ourselves mid month practicing social distancing and trying to keep our out of school children entertained. We've got you covered with recommendations for both.

2020 Reading Challenge: Good Kings, Bad Kings by Susan Nussbaum

By Sarah Adams Permalink

For this week's Book Bingo I decided to find a book written by or about a person with disabilities. Good Kings, Bad Kings by Susan Nussbaum is both. This book is a difficult read emotionally. It deals with physical and sexual abuse as well as neglect of children with disabilities. It's heavy and it's infuriating and it's heartbreaking. This book is not for the faint of heart, but it addresses a topic that is often overlooked and a population that is grossly underrepresented in literature.

February New Releases

By Sarah Adams Permalink

Our favorite picks for February include a few books that offer a different perspective for Black History Month. The Secret Garden of George Washington Carver introduces us to a child George, and how his love of plants and nature inspired his future as a scientist and inventor. And in Deathless Divide we get to experience an alternative US after the Civil War where the dead walk. We hope you check out and enjoy these selections.

Well Versed Kids: January Book Releases

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At Well Versed Kids we strive to highlight the best diverse and inclusive books for children. Black, Latinx, and Native authors combined wrote just 7% of Children's books in 2018. That's why it's important to not only support books that feature diverse characters, but are authored by authentic voices as well. These are the January new releases we're most excited about.

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