Welcome back to EBYR All Over, a Friday roundup of all the EBYR-related news, reviews, interviews, and other interesting online content we can gather in a given week.
News from Eerdmans & Elsewhere
- The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch was reviewed by The Black History Channel. The book depicts “the whirlwind of change, hope, and the infinite possibilities” that defined Reconstruction, the reviewer concludes. “The book may well be introduced as a precursor of an American history book for the burgeoning history buff of tomorrow. It might also be used to open discussions about occupations, self-identity and the basic human need to adapt to an ever-changing landscape.”
- Lee Bennett Hopkins, author of Mary’s Song and Manger, is the 2016 winner of the SCBWI Regina Medal!
- Linda Vigen Phillips, author of Crazy, was interviewed on the Morning Coffee show.
- The New York Times published an article about red pandas this week, the beloved and vulnerable creature that sparked Cassandre Maxwell’s interest in Abraham Dee Bartlett. Maxwell pursued that interest until it turned into Fur, Fins, and Feathers — which features a very cute red panda on the cover and on several pages:
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