Shaking Things Up: 14 Young Women Who Changed the World

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Product Details

Price
$18.99  $17.66
Publisher
HarperCollins
Publish Date
Pages
40
Dimensions
8.7 X 11.1 X 0.4 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780062699459

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About the Author

Susan Hood is the author of 2019 Charlotte Huck Recommended Book Lifeboat 12.
Julie Morstad is an award-winning fine artist, author, and illustrator. Her illustrations can be found in numerous picture books, including The Dress and the Girl. Julie lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Selina Alko spends her days melding words and mixed-media art to convey stories of hope and inspiration--as well as an alternative viewpoint. Her books include The Case for Loving: The Fight for Interracial Marriage, Can I Touch Your Hair?, Daddy Christmas & Hanukkah Mama, and I is for Immigrants, which was selected a 2022 Best Children's Book of the Year by Bank Street Books. Selina lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Melissa Sweet is the Caldecott Honor-winning illustrator of many fine children's books including Some Writer!: The Story of E. B. White, winner of the NCTE Orbis Pictus award, Balloons Over Broadway, a Sibert winner, and The Right Word and A River of Words, both Caldecott Honors. Reviewers have described her unique mixed-media illustrations as "exuberant," "outstanding," and "a creative delight." Melissa lives on the beautiful coast of Maine. In addition to writing and painting, she enjoys gardening, hiking, biking, and cross-country skiing. For more information about the author and her work, visit her online at melissasweet.net.
Leuyen Pham worked in animation before turning to children's books. She wrote and illustrated Big Sister, Little Sister and The Bear Who Wasn't There and is the illustrator of numerous other picture books. She lives with her husband in Los Angeles.
Erin Robinson is the Vice President of Consulting Interview Coach LLC. During her tenure with a top strategy-consulting firm, Erin served both corporate and nonprofit clients in the United States, Canada, and Latin America. In addition, she led initiatives for national training programs delivered to over 400 new analysts each year.
For more information, please visit ConsultingInterviewCoach.com.

Oge Mora graduated from Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in illustration. Her debut picture book, Thank You, Omu!, was a Caldecott Honor Book, a New York Times Notable Book and Editors' Choice, and a Junior Library Guild selection. She is also the author-illustrator of Saturday as well as the illustrator of The Oldest Student: How Mary Walker Learned to Read. Oge lives in Providence, Rhode Island, and invites you to visit her website at ogemora.com.

Lisa Brown is a New York Times bestselling illustrator, author, and cartoonist. Her work includes a slew of illustrated books including Goldfish Ghost by Lemony Snicket; The Airport Book; Picture the Dead with Adele Griffin; and Mummy Cat by Marcus Ewert. For adults, Long Story Short is a collection of comic strips about classic novels. She lives in San Francisco and teaches in the illustration department of the California College of the Art.

Isabel Roxas is an author and illustrator creating books for young readers. Originally from Manila, she is now based in New York City, completing the third installment of her award-winning graphic novel series The Adventures of Team Pom.

Sara Palacios was the recipient of the 2012 Pura Belpré Illustrator Honor Award for her work on Marisol McDonald Doesn't Match. A native of Mexico, Sara graduated from the National Institute of Fine Arts in Mexico City and went on to earn BFA and MFA degrees in illustration from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. She illustrates for companies in both the United States and Mexico.
Sophie Blackall is an Australian illustrator whose previous books include Ruby's Wish and Meet Wild Boars. She also illustrates the Ivy & Bean series. Sophie lives in Brooklyn, New York and can be visited at sophieblackall.com.
Shadra Strickland studied, design, writing, and illustration at Syracuse University and later went on to complete her MFA at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. She won the Ezra Jack Keats Award and the Coretta Scott King - John Steptoe Award for New Talent in 2009 for her work in her first picture book, Bird, written by Zetta Elliott. Strickland coillustrated Our Children Can Soar, winner of a 2010 NAACP Image Award. She teaches illustration at Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland. Visit her online at ShadraStrickland.com.
Hadley Hooper works as an editorial illustrator for numerous magazines and newspapers. In 2011 she illustrated Here Come the Girl Scouts! by Shana Corey. The Iridescence of Birds is her second picture book and first for Roaring Brook Press. She lives in Denver, Colorado.

Reviews

"Each poem and illustration...shines with a personality all its own"--Shelf Awareness (starred review)
"Encouraging profiles of astronauts, artists, and activists both honor past accomplishments and point toward ways young readers themselves might change the world, too."--Publishers Weekly
"The different artistic styles and the variety of poetry are sure to keep readers' interest."--Booklist
"[T]his book has definitely made an impact on my life"--Kitt Shapiro, daughter of Eartha Kitt
"An additional purchase for elementary history and poetry collections."--School Library Journal