Marley Dias Gets It Done: And So Can You!


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Scholastic Press
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6.8 X 8.9 X 0.5 inches | 0.9 pounds

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About the Author

Marley Dias made headlines as a sixth grader when she started the #1000BlackGirlBooks campaign to collect children's books featuring black protagonists. Her initiative led to appearances on The Nightly Show, Today, CBS This Morning, and many more. Marley has been featured in the New York Times, has been recognized as a "21 under 21" ambassador for Teen Vogue, is an editor in residence for, and launched a national literacy tour in partnership with the White House. Marley lives in New Jersey with her parents.


* "Dias' magnetic personality, outlook on life, and passion for change enliven every page, making this both a fun read and an irresistible call to action for people of all ages and backgrounds." -- Kirkus Reviews, starred review* "An invaluable selection for any public and school library collection." -- School Library Journal, starred reviewPraise for Marley Dias: "I love [Marley's] 'Black Girl Books' project so much. Keep striving for your goals, and remember that it's good to be ambitious. There's nothing wrong with knowing what you want and going after it... [Marley] is proof of that." - Hillary Clinton "[Marley] is already making a mark on the world." -- Ellen DeGeneres "It's not hard to imagine that one day soon Marley. . . will be the protagonist of one of the books she fought so hard to have represented in her classroom." -- Teen Vogue "If you are standing near [Marley], you better roll up your sleeves, because she will make sure you help, too. That is Marley." -- Melissa Harris-Perry "Dias will make for a savvy magazine editor, obviously. But we think there's a good case to be made for her future in politics." -- "She is a force to be reckoned with." -- Fox 29 "Seriously, folks, Marley Dias is the coolest..." -- Bustle "Talk about black girl magic in a huge, huge way! Oh Marley Dias, we wanna be just like you!" -- Hello Giggles