Recent news articles! PBS Books:https://youtu.be/4IA6zRLN48s?si=Je66x0fsTyBQ5r_W Wavy TV:...
We Dream A World downloadable coloring pages for teachers and parents:
Behind the scenes of a sweet illustration progress using pencil and watercolor.
Is that Ryan Reynold reading Astronaut Annie? Yes, it is! On "Bedtime Stories With Ryan" on Fubo.
The 15-year-old granddaughter of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. is collaborating on a picture book tribute to the late civil rights leader and his wife, Coretta Scott King. Yolanda Renee King’s “We Dream a World,” with illustrations by award-winning artist Nicole Tadgell, will be published by Scholastic next Jan. 2.
Camille is determined to rake her own pile of leaves—all the way up to her knees! She swishes leaves to and fro, watching her pile grow bigger alongside the piles made by Daddy and her little brother, Jayden. WHOOSH! After raking leaves to the top of her boots, a...
Time to board the bus! Liberty and her friend Abdullah, with their families and a diverse group of passengers, head off to their first stop: Jackson, Mississippi. Next on their map are Glendora, Memphis, Birmingham, Montgomery, and finally Selma, for a march across the iconic Edmund Pettus Bridge.
When is fiction filling in history, and when is it appropriation? In this post I discuss what seems to be a fine line between lifting up lost voices and exploiting them.
I got into publishing for children because I wanted to create books for kids where their identities are mirrored, and to help make diverse books accessible.
Over the past few months I’ve been working with a web developer, Amy at Juxxe Development, to create a new website for my art and illustration.