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Call all STEM educators! Curriculum guide for One Day A Dot

Hey Teachers!

With the help of several educators who have years of experience teaching STEM, I've finally put together a curriculum guide for One Day A Dot. You can find the PDF at the bottom of this link.

Author in Action...

Here's the thing...when reading a picture book, an author has to go above and beyond the call of duty.

Also, I live in mortal fear of children being bored when I read, hence the...well...whatever you call this outfit!

Midwest Book Reviews loves The Absolutely Positively No Princesses Book

Man, when you come up with a long title for a book, it seems like a lot of fun. But then, you suddenly find yourself typing it over and over again for titles of articles like this one. Now I kinda yearn for an acronym to save me time. I guess the acronym for this would be TAPNPB. Or maybe TAPPB.

A lovely review from Kirkus for ONE DAY A DOT

You don't often get reviews this nice, especially from Kirkus *cough cough*. In particular, this was written by Julie Danielson, who if you don't know her, is worth following.

Ian Lendler, Braden Lamb, Shelli Paroline, First Second, evolution, picture book

Hey, Y'all! I'm in Entertainment Weekly!

Due to great laziness, there are looooong gaps between me posting updates. However, every once and a while enough coolness comes along that simply forces me to alert the world:

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