EBYR All Over: November 11, 2016
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.
Written by Constance Ørbeck-Nilssen
Illustrated by Akin Duzakin
News from EBYR & Elsewhere
- Foreword Reviews included Why Am I Here? in a feature on children’s books about social consciousness. Catherine Reed-Thureson calls the book a “thought-provoking story” that “offers a valuable opportunity to explore empathy.”
- Julie Danielson, who wrote about Why Am I Here? last week for Kirkus (“Refugee Odysseys“), shared some spreads from the book on here blog, Seven Impossible Things before Breakfast.
- Mom, There’s a Bear at the Door was reviewed by Spirituality & Practice. Fred and Mary Ann Brussat call the book “enjoyable and entertaining” and note readers will enjoy all the “creative antics of the little boy who uses his imagination to create reasonable explanations for absurd situations.”
- Don’t forget that Ruth Sanderson, illustrator of The Golden Key, is giving away custom-designed bookplates for readers who pre-order the book. Learn more on her website.
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