Rabbit in the Moon, Reading the World in Children’s Books
Posts Categorized: Rabbit in the Moon
This is a short reading essay about intercultural collaborations among contemporary children’s book writers.
Children’s books from Vietnam and the Vietnamese Diaspora
“I think I assume,” Lisa said, “whatever experience I have with my artwork will be what I want it to mean. To me, the rabbit in the moon is about my experience with it as a small child. When I was twelve, my father died. His absence left a void.” The rabbit in the moon was always a constancy.
The American Library Association honors children’s books published in other countries and translated into English with an annual prize called the Batchelder. Here are the 2022 winners. Temple Alley Summer by Sachiko Kashiwaba, illustrated by Miho Satake, and translated by Avery Fischer Udagawa, published by Restless Books. Temple Alley Summer is the winner of the…
Thank you! Teachers and Librarians. Here I’m sharing with you a new picture book reading list about food and people coming together. It’s inspired by the way A Feast for Joseph has been received as a book that brings happiness around cooking and sharing delicious food. Below are links to more book lists about newcomer…