Latina writer of books for kids of all ages.

2017ameliabloomertopten

I can’t tell you how exciting it feels to have Burn, Baby, Burn included in the Amelia Bloomer Top Ten list of 2017, especially on the heels of such an awe-inspiring weekend when we witnessed the mobilization of thousands upon thousands of women across the globe.  We have work to do – and we’re willing to do it.

And for those of you who foolishly slept in this morning, here’s the link to the results of the ALA Youth Media Awards. I didn’t win any shiny stickers from ALA this year, but there are so many amazing titles here that did. Time to order up, folks. Congratulations to all the winners and their publishing teams!

 

Comments on: "For All the Nasty Women and Girls: The 2017 Amelia Bloomer Top Ten" (7)

  1. Congratulations, Meg! Your novel is very deserving of making the top ten list! A powerful novel.

  2. Congratulations and hurrah for such a list of powerful books by and about powerful women. Being able to recommend books by and about all types of women to my students makes my job so much more more gratifying. What a joy to know that there are more and more to choose from for our students or all colors and genders. Thank you!

  3. Alice said:

    What a great compilation! And at some a fitting time in history. I have endless faith in the nasty women and girls of the world!

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