Tuesday, March 10, 2015

TED Talk Tuesday: Raghava KK: Shake up your story

There's only 25 spots left for the #NESCBWI15 conference! Don't delay if you want to come--we'll sell out soon. :)

This year, we're proud to bring in the #WeNeedDiverseBooks founders for a panel, as well as workshops dedicated toward writing diversely. I'm especially interested in the workshop Developing a Gay or Questioning Character in the Middle Grade Context.

In that spirit, I'm so pleased to present artist Raghava KK and his expressive children's book. He talks about how to create empathy and says, "I promise to bias my child with multiple perspectives." :) Check out what happens when he shakes his book!

What do you think? Do you shake things up in your story? Will we hang together at #nescbwi15?


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