We're celebrating Women's History Month with 31 days of posts focused on improving the climate for social and gender equality in the children’s and teens’ literature community. Join in the conversation on Facebook or Twitter #kidlitwomen.MARCH 1st
Shannon Hale: CLICK HERE TO READ HER POST.
@YPPLaureate: women & Ageism
Christine Taylor Butler: Gender Inequity: Caldecott By The Numbers
Jacqueline Davies: The Conversation
Heidi Schulz: The Parable of the Couch, or What Are You Worth?
Megan Newcomer Lacera: Empower Yourself: 3 Key Lessons I Learned From...
Annette Dauphin Simon shares a book spine poem
Anonymous Contributor: The Mostly All-Women World of the Editorial Side of Publishing
Angie Isaacs: A Manual for Moving Forward: What Science Says about #kidlitwomen and #metoo
Megan Hoyt: Changing Perceptions: Gender Disparity in Children's Publishing and the Sinister Snare of Niceness
Holly Westlund: My Daughter's Library
Christine Taylor Butler: Gender Inequity part 2: Coretta Scott King Illustrator Awards
You can also access the full list as it progresses at Mishka Yeager's Website.
MY post will go live on March 17th!
Did the #kidlitwomen Caldecott Gender Gap article get you down? Try some uplift! Follow @citymousedc and @AlisonLMorrisfor a post a day about books illustrated by women! Post your own favs, too (don't forget WOC!) with #kidlitwomen and #womeninillustration