Tag Archives: Paolo Bacigalupi

Color Me Visible

If you were paying attention, last month you may have noticed two editorials running in the New York Times that addressed the lack of diversity in children’s books. Where are People of Color in Children’s Books?, by acclaimed author Walter … Continue reading

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book review – THE DROWNED CITIES

Paolo Bacigalupi’s debut YA novel, Ship Breaker, was everything a YA book for boys should be. Bacigalupi crafted a fast-paced thriller set in a world devastated by ecological disaster, and he populated with a two-fisted male lead, Nailer. Although his … Continue reading

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book review – SHIP BREAKER

After a conversation about the trouble I was having finding good books for older teenage boys, a friend sent me a link to an interview with author Paolo Bacigalupi. As soon as I was done reading the interview (which you … Continue reading

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