Tiara's Hat Parade

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Product Details
Price
$16.99  $15.80
Publisher
Albert Whitman & Company
Publish Date
Pages
32
Dimensions
8.2 X 10.1 X 0.4 inches | 0.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780807579459

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About the Author

Kelly Starling Lyons is a founding member of the Brown Bookshelf (thebrownbookshelf.com). Her acclaimed picture books include My Hands Tell a Story; the Caldecott Honor title Going Down Home with Daddy; and Sing a Song: How "Lift Every Voice and Sing" Inspired Generations. Her series for beginning readers, Ty's Travels, won a Geisel Honor for Zip, Zoom! Visit her at kellystarlinglyons.com.

Nicole Tadgell was born in Detroit, Michigan. A shy child whose family moved frequently, art was a fun escape for her. While studying studio art at Wheaton College, Nicole discovered children's book illustration and knew it would be her path. Today she is the illustrator of over 30 books, many of them honored with awards. When she's not drawing, Nicole visits schools and conducts lectures and workshops. She also practices tai chi and watches Doctor Who. Nicole lives in central Massachusetts.
Reviews

2021 Christopher Award - Books for Young People
WSRA Children's Literature: Picture This 2021 Recommendation List
Penn GSE Graduate School of Education, The Best Books for Young Readers of 2020
Black Caucus of the American Library Association BCALA, 2020 Best of the Best Booklist
Read Across America, Picture Book of the Month March 2021


"With this touching story of tradition and can-do spirit, Lyons interweaves an important element of the African American experience into a well-told story...A cheerful story about a spirited girl who saves the day. What could be better than that?"--Kirkus Reviews


"Endearing...The language is inviting and warm, and the characters reminiscent of people you might know from your neighborhood or family. Tadgell's joyous, expressive watercolors bestow a fun and light-hearted quality to the story and bring Tiara's world realistically to life."--Booklist Online