I’m Your Neighbor Books was honored to have been interviewed by the brilliant Bianca Schulze, founder of The Children’s Book Review, alongside I’m Your Neighbor Books’ longtime supporter and mentor Robin Whitten of AudioFile Magazine. Together we discuss the Welcoming Library and the inclusion of audiobook / Wonderbook editions in the Welcoming Library thanks to… Read more »
Thank you to AudioFile Magazine for highlighting the work of the Welcoming Library. Explore the magazine’s incredible $15,000 gift to bring audiobooks to classrooms!
From the Portland Press Herald: The generosity of a Maine author will allow more schools and libraries in Maine and across the country to participate in a reading program that welcomes immigrants to their new communities. Phillip Hoose, whose 13 books include the National Book Award-winning “Claudette Colvin: Twice Toward Justice,” has donated $15,000 to… Read more »
I’m Your Neighbor Books is honored to announce that their Executive Director Kirsten Cappy and Board Member Charles Mugabe have both been named “Everyday Heroes” by the Boston Globe. The 2021 class of heroes is a reminder that acts of everyday heroism can be close to home or international, a full-time job or an afternoon… Read more »
I’m Your Neighbor Books is proud to have been profiled by Amjambo Africa. We had a wide-ranging conversation about the powers of telling the “many voices” of our African neighbors through books. Amjambo Africa! is a news service that helps New Mainers thrive and helps Maine welcome and benefit from our new neighbors. The print… Read more »
I’m Your Neighbor Books and the Welcoming Library were honored to be featured on Ann Braden and Saadia Faruqi’s podcast Lifelines: Books That Bridge the Divide. EXPLORE AND LISTEN Curious about the engagement tools we mentioned? Educators Guide for NOWHERE BOY Readers Theater for I’M NEW HERE and SOMEONE NEW
The Lifelines: Books That Bridge the Divide Podcast featured the Welcoming Library and highlighted immigration children’s literature in Episode 7. Look for the episode on author Ann Braden’s site, Stitcher, or iTunes. Podcasters and authors Saadia Faruqi and Ann Braden believe: That there is diversity all around us, and we all benefit when we open… Read more »