Kashama Leo-Henry is an educator, author, and publisher who honors every child through her company, Sand Castle Books.
Yaritza Villalba was the first guest author on my bookchat for 2023. We talked about her book, McKenzie’s Time Machine and why diverse books matter.
A microblog reflection on being good to people…that’s what life is about.
If you are feeling blue, you are in good company. Sometimes it seems like everyone around us has the holiday cheer that we are lacking.
The holidays aren’t merry for everyone. That’s okay. But there is still plenty of joy to be found, through the grief, gritty work, and triumphance. We hope these stories resonate.
Have you ever thought about what it’s like for immigrants to come to our nation? What the journey is like? What their feelings are when they first step foot on our land, in our schools, in our communities?
I wrote this prayer a few nights ago. A part of me wanted to go into more detail, but I decided to leave it simple and broad because I know we can trust God with the details.
Grow some confidence in applying makeup! I can help. Not because you need to, but if you want to, it’s not as hard as you think!
With my new position, I travel often. Here are some things I do, as a plus-size woman, that help me feel more comfortable and confident!
Carol Jean Inscho was welcomed into this world on February 8, 1951 in Kansas City, MO to Dorothy Mae and Elza Lloyd Inscho. Her entrance was a bit more kind as she was delivered by a doctor, but as the story goes, the doctor was gone when they realized she had a twin brother whoContinue reading “Aunt Carol 1951-2022”