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Journey of York featured in The Brown Bookshelf’s 28 Days Later Campaign

I am so happy to have been selected for a spotlight during The Brown Bookshelf’s annual 28 Days Later campaign.

Since 2007, The Brown Bookshelf has been pushing awareness of outstanding Black children’s book creators. They have become a resource for teachers, parents, and librarians looking for suggestions of books for African-American children and teens. Their signature campaign, 28 Days Later, celebrates pioneering and established Black children’s book authors and illustrators as well as new voices who may be flying “under-the-radar” of teachers, librarians, and parents.

Each day of Black History Month, they shine a spotlight on an outstanding author or illustrator, and we are on Day 5 this year! Head on over to The Brown Bookshelf’s website to read my full post:

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