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About Cathy Camper
Cathy Camper is the author of the estellar Lowriders in Space graphic novel series. Her award winning picture book Ten Ways to Hear Snow celebrates an Arab American girl taking a walk in the snow, and listening, instead of looking. The Spanish translation, Diez Maneras de Escuchar la Nieve, will be available November 2022. Arab Arab All Year Long (2022) celebrates Arab American kids and their activities. Cathy is also the creator of Bugs Before Time: Prehistoric Insects and Their Relatives. Her seed art mosaics have been featured in Simple Times: Crafts for Poor People, by Amy Sedaris. Her zines include Sugar Needle and The Lou Reeder, and she's a founding member of the Portland Women of Color Zine Collective. Cathy’s a skilled presenter, and her background as a librarian, zinester, artist and author provides a unique connection to kids, educators, librarians and parents.
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One winter morning, Lina wakes up to silence. It's the sound of snow -- the kind that looks soft and glows bright in the winter sun. But as she walks to her grandmother's house to help make the family recipe for warak enab, she continues to listen.
As Lina walks past snowmen and across icy sidewalks, she discovers ten ways to pay attention to what might have otherwise gone unnoticed. With stunning illustrations by Kenard Pak and thoughtful representation of a modern Arab American family from Cathy Camper, Ten Ways to Hear Snow is a layered exploration of mindfulness, empathy, and what we realize when the world gets quiet.
Heroes and Villains, the seventh volume in Jon Scieszka’s Guys Read Library of Great Reading, is chock-full of adventure featuring an array of characters—with and without capes.
Featuring ten all-new, original stories that run the gamut from fantasy to comics to contemporary adventure to nonfiction, and featuring eleven of the most acclaimed, exciting writers for kids working today, this collection is the perfect book for you, whether you use your powers for good—or evil.
Authors include Laurie Halse Anderson, Cathy Camper and Raúl Gonzalez, Sharon Creech, Jack Gantos, Christopher Healy, Deborah Hopkinson, Ingrid Law, Pam Muñoz Ryan, Lemony Snicket, and Eugene Yelchin, with illustrations by Jeff Stokely.
A changing planet means new problems—and new friends—for nuestros amigos favoritos!
Meet Lupe, a whip-smart impala with a flair for mechanics
Flapjack, a sweet young octopus who can shine up anything with his eight gleaming tentacles
and Elirio, a thoughtful mosquito who's fascinated with words and determined to become an artist.
What do all three have in common? A love of lowriders—and a passion for solving problems!
Nothing is normal in the little town where the Lowriders live. To start, Flappy can't see a thing! He keeps mistaking fire hydrants for sailors and laundry for love interests. Even more worrying, the Upscale Business Association is determined to make more money than ever by tearing down local shops in favor of a brand-new development for wealthy landowners. Most disconcerting of all, the monarchs who usually migrate through town at this time of year are nowhere to be found. But when Sokar, a beautiful young monarch, bikes into town with a broken wing, she has scary news to report: A dangerous wildfire is burning fast and hot and nonstop, leaving the monarchs stranded.
Might Sokar and Flappy have more in common than meets the goggles? How can the Lowriders save their town? And exactly how powerful is passion in the face of an overheated planet's furious flames?
Humor, Spanish, and lowriders come together in this rollicking journey through the bumpy terrain of new friends, climate change, and standing up for what you believe in. ¡Vámonos!
ACCLAIMED SERIES: Books in the Lowriders series have won the Pura Belpré award, and won the hearts of readers and reviewers. Discover why kids—and their adults—love reading about the Lowriders!
PERFECT FOR RELUCTANT READERS: Bold illustrated spreads, funny storylines, and lots to look at on every page keep reluctant readers engaged all the way through these delightfully entertaining books.
DIVERSE CAST OF CHARACTERS: Latinx and Arab cultures are beautifully celebrated in this book, with fascinating facts about these unexpectedly intersecting cultures.
CONTEMPORARY ISSUES FOR KIDS: These books tackle so many contemporary and relevant issues. Readers will learn about monarch butterfly migrations and sustainable energy: The Lowriders refurbish their car to be solar-powered!
VISUALLY DYNAMIC: Raúl's unique art style is visually refreshing and extremely engaging for kid readers, especially those who love comics and graphic novels!
• Fans of the previous Lowriders books
• Comic and graphic novel lovers
• Reluctant readers
• Educators and librarians looking for diverse books
Una mañana de invierno, Lina despierta al silencio. Es el sonido de la nieve —el tipo que se ve suave y brilla luminosa con el sol del invierno. Pero mientras Lina camina hacia la casa de su abuela para ayudarla a cocinar la receta familiar de warak enab, ella sigue escuchando.
Mientras Lina pasa hombres de nieve y cruza aceras congeladas, descubre diez maneras de poner atención a lo que de otra forma habría pasado desapercibido. Con ilustraciones maravillosas por Kenard Pak y la considerada representación de la vida de una familia árabenortemericana moderna por Cathy Camper, Diez maneras de escuchar la nieve es una exploración escalonada sobre contemplación, empatía, y sobre lo que descubrimos cuando el mundo guarda silencio.
Oregon Reads Aloud is a collection of twenty-five read-aloud stories for children, written and illustrated by Oregon authors and illustrators.
The twenty-five stories in Oregon Reads Aloud are a celebration of all things Oregon, including a great food cart feud, the dance of the Chapman Swifts, the creation of Oregon’s mountain ranges, and a legendary African American cowboy at the Pendleton Round-up.
The book is a tribute to twenty-five years of SMART Reading’s work empowering Oregon children for reading and learning success. Oregon Reads Aloud proudly features the state’s rich trove of talent within the children’s literary community, including Eric A, Kimmel, Elizabeth Rusch, David Horn, Brian Parker, and Trudy Ludwig, among many others.