Happy Mother’s Day to the moms, aunts, big sisters, older cousins, beloved grandmas, reliable family friends, teachers, dads, and everyone else who has a hand in raising the next generation! Want to make your favorite moms a little something? Try these 14 DIY ideas at RetailMeNot.
Thanks to all the moms who weighed in here. If you’re thinking about what to get your mom this year, check out our list at RetailMeNot.
Over at From The Mixed-Up Files of Middle Grade Authors, we’re celebrating April 28, 2018 — aka Independent Bookstore Day! Stop by the site for a fun roundup of our favorite indie booksellers, and make sure to celebrate the day with your own local bookstore.
I got to interview a bunch of personal finance experts to find out what they like to splurge on (yes, even money pros like to get all spendy on their favorite things).
A love letter to Judy Blume: “What I loved about Judy Blume growing up—and still love today—is that she takes young women seriously. From falling in love for the first time to navigating friendships to worrying about their bodies, she portrays young women’s lives, struggles, thoughts, and fears with the sincerity and care that they deserve.”
Read the full article here: https://broadly.vice.com/en_us/article/bjp77m/judy-blume-feminism-generation-young-girls
I recently interviewed Tami Charles, author of the brand-new #MGlit #kidlit title, LIKE VANESSA. Head over to From The Mixed-Up Files of Middle-Grade Authors to read the full interview.
Excited for the new film? Me too. Also extremely embarrassed to admit that I cannot remember if I ever read A Wrinkle in Time as a kid. I had it on my bookshelf for forever, but I have no recollection of it, and I doubt anyone who read Madeleine L’Engle’s famous work would forget a word of it.