Separate Is Never Equal, a children’s book authored and illustrated by Duncan Tonatiuh, begins: Sylvia had on her black shoes. They were shiny-new. Her hair
When students choose “independent reading” books, what do they pick? According to Renaissance Learning’s 2016 report, high school students chose To Kill a Mockingbird, (9th
“He had us all, the way only a pretty [n-word] can.” That’s what Yunior, the narrator of Junot Díaz’s Nilda, says about his older brother–only
Have you ever wondered about your favorite author’s writing process? Do they jot down ideas in a journal? Do they rely on an outline? Conduct
I read Louis Sachar’s Sideways Stories from Wayside School for the first time in the early 1990s, towards the end of my elementary school years.
Parents are rarely happy about the education their children receive, or so it seems. Some complaints are legitimate, particularly in our current climate of education