"An engaging, inspiring biography of an important figure in the history of science." - SLJ, STARRED
No hands—just feet. The game starts. Tweet! Young soccer enthusiasts will build their reading confidence as they learn about basic skills and the thrill of scoring a goal in Terry Pierce's rhythmic, rhyming Step 1 Reader.
"With nods to archaeological adventures like Indiana Jones, Hannah’s journey features intermittent excitement and dips into intriguing myths and history." —Kirkus Reviews
That is not a kind of sandwich, I promise you! It is, in fact, a pronouncement of truth: Cynthia Levinson is on a roll, as, on top of new awards showing up seemingly every week (the latest is the 2013 IRA Young Adult Nonfiction Award, but if you want to see an impressive list of notices, click here or here)...on top of that, we're now announcing a new two-book deal for her!
Here's the announcement we sent to Publishers Marketplace, but you can also see another announcement at PW Children's Bookshelf:
Author of 2013 IRA Young Adult Nonfiction Award winner WE'VE GOT A JOB Cynthia Levinson's next two nonfiction projects for ages 10-14: WATCH OUT FOR FLYING KIDS, which spotlights teens who soar over cultural, religious, and political boundaries in two partnering, nonprofit children's circuses—an urban-suburban circus in St. Louis, Missouri, and an Arab-Jewish circus in Israel; and FAULT LINES IN THE CONSTITUTION, co-written with Levinson's husband, Sanford Levinson, a leading constitutional scholar, which will look at the many flaws in the U.S. Constitution, some of the real-world consequences of those flaws, and the ways that some state constitutions offer thoughtful alternatives, to Kathy Landwehr at Peachtree Publishers, by Erin Murphy of Erin Murphy Literary Agency (world).
I'm so pleased that these remarkable projects will be on shelves in the future--WATCH OUT is tentatively scheduled for spring 2015--and that Cynthia is reunited with her beloved editor, Kathy Landwehr, and the fabulous team at Peachtree--for a team they are, truly.