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Author Shannon Hale and Illustrator LeUyen Pham reading from “Itty-Bitty Kitty Corn”
From bestselling superstar duo Shannon Hale and LeUyen Pham… a delightful kitty and unicorn story that celebrates the magic of friendship—and being exactly who you want to be!
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Eric Litwin reading from “The Poop Song”
Eric Litwin is a song singing, guitar strumming, # 1 New York Times best selling, award winning author who brings early literacy and music together.
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Shelly Anand reading from “Laxmi’s Mooch”
Shelly was born and (mostly) raised in Georgia by immigrant parents from India. She is a civil and human rights attorney fighting for immigrants and workers from marginalized communities.
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Doyin Richards reading from “Watch Me”
Doyin Richards is one of the most respected voices on modern fatherhood today.
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Joanna Ho reading from “Eyes that Kiss in the Corners”
dazzling, lyrical ode to loving oneself.
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Matt de la Peña reading from “Milo Imagines the World”
The team behind the Newbery Medal winner and Caldecott Honor book Last Stop on Market Street and the award-winning New York Times bestseller Carmela Full of Wishes once again delivers a poignant and
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Dawn Masi reading from “G My Name is Girl”
Dawn is a picture book author and illustrator. Her first book, G My Name is Girl (Doubleday for Young Readers/Penguin Random House), was released in February 2021.
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Juana Martinez-Neal reading from “Zonia’s Rain Forest”
Juana Martinez-Neal is the Peruvian-born daughter and granddaughter of painters.
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Monica Brown reading from “Sharuko: El arqueólogo peruano/Peruvian Archaeologist Julio C. Tello”
Monica Brown has written twenty acclaimed picture books, including the Pura Belpré Illustrator Honors Sharuko: El arqueólogo peruano/Peruvian Archaeologist Julio C.
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Peter Brown reading from “Fred Gets Dressed”
From a New York Times bestselling author and Caldecott-honor winning artist comes an exuberant illustrated story about playing dress up, having fun, and feeling free.
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Bei Lynn reading from “Bibbit Jumps”
Bei Lynn is an award-winning Taiwanese illustrator who has written and illustrated over 20 picture books, stories, magazines and comics.
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Mara James reading from “The Power of Piggie Bear”
Originally from New York, Mara James relocated to California with her husband and her three children in 2007. They established Dr.
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Juliet Menéndez reading from “Latinitas: Celebrating 40 Big Dreamers”
LATINITAS celebrates 40 influential Latinas as we follow their dreams, encouraging us to also follow ours.
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Rajani LaRocca reading from “Seven Golden Rings”
Rajani LaRocca was born in Bangalore, India and immigrated to the US with her parents when she was a baby.
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Victoria Chang reading from “Obit”
Victoria Chang’s books include OBIT, Barbie Chang, The Boss, Salvinia Molesta, and Circle.
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Martin Espada reading from “Floaters”
Martín Espada has published more than twenty books as a poet, editor, essayist and translator. His new book of poems is called Floaters (2021).
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Cortney Lemar Charleston reading from “Dopplegangbanger”
Cortney Lamar Charleston is the author of Telepathologies, selected by D.A. Powell for the 2016 Saturnalia Books Poetry Prize, and Doppelgangbanger (Haymarket Books, 2021).
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Martha Ronk reading from “Silences”
Martha Ronk is a poet who lives in the Los Angeles, California area. She is the author of eleven books of poetry, including Ocular Proof, Transfer of Qualities, and Vertigo.
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Ellen Bass reading from "Indigo”
Ellen Bass is co-author of the best-selling The Courage to Heal (HarperCollins 2008), which has sold more than one million copies and has been translated into nine languages.
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Gail Wronsky reading from “Under the Capsized Boat We Fly”
Gail Wronsky is the author of ten books of poetry, prose, and translations, including So Quick Bright Things (What Books, 2010), Poems for Infidels (Red Hen Press, 2004), and Dying for Beauty
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Anthony Cody reading from “Borderland Apocrypha”
Anthony Cody is a CantoMundo fellow and MFA candidate at Fresno State University. His poetry has appeared in Gulf Coast, Ninth Letter, Prairie Schooner, TriQuarterly, and The Boiler, among others.
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Honorée Fanonne Jeffers reading from “The Age of Phillis”
Honorée Fanonne Jeffers is a poet whose work examines culture, religion, history, and family.
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Michael Wasson reading from “This Dusk in a Mouthful of Prayer”
Michael Wasson is the author of the forthcoming collection Swallowed Light, as well as This American Ghost (YesYes Books, 2017).
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Yusef Komunyakaa reading from “Everyday Mojo Songs of Earth: New & Selected Poems 2001-2021"
Yusef Komunyakaa’s numerous books of poems include Thieves of Paradise, a finalist for the National Book Critics Award; The Chameleon Couch, a finalist for the National Book Award; Neon Vernacular
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Allison Joseph reading from "Professional Happiness" and "Lexicon"
Allison Joseph is author of six poetry collections, most recently, My Father’s Kites: Poems (Steel Toe Books, 2010). She grew up in Toronto and the Bronx.
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A game of chicken
Can Times staffers Brittny Mejia, Cindy Carcamo and Ruben Vives tell the difference between the U.S. and Central American versions of Pollo Campero?
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Can Biden fix the student debt crisis?
Some 44 million Americans collectively hold about $1.6 trillion in student loan debt, and the numbers are growing. So can President Joe Biden, or anyone, actually fix the student debt crisis?
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Fauci explains Johnson & Johnson vaccine 'pause' over blood clots
During a Tuesday White House press briefing, Dr. Anthony Fauci explained the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine pause after serious blood clots were reported in six recipients.
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U.S. recommends pause for Johnson & Johnson  vaccine over clots
U.S. health officials urged a pause in the use of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine after serious blood clots were reported in six recipients nationwide.
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Minnesota officer meant to draw Taser, not handgun, police chief says
Residents and community activists of Brooklyn Center, a suburb north of Minneapolis, call for justice in the shooting death of Daunte Wright.
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