MAMA IN CONGRESS: RASHIDA TLAIB’S JOURNEY TO WASHINGTON
Now available! – click here for more information
101 Ways to Help the Earth with Dr. Seuss’s Lorax is now available – click for more
Right Now! Real Kids Speak Up for Change – click for more
“Readers will be inspired by the blend of familiar kid activists such as Jazz Jennings, Greta Thunberg, and Malala Yousafzai with lesser-known young people like scientist Angela Zhang and community worker Jonas Corona….Jackson’s dreamy, doe-eyed illustrations embody the optimism and hope of each profiled youngster….inspirational.” —Kirkus
MORE RECENT RELEASES:
PEACE/PAZ/FRIEDEN: – click for more
See the trailer reveal for PEACE/PAZ at Mr. Schu’s blog.
BEYOND: Discoveries from the Outer Reaches of Space – click for more
CONTINUED PRAISE FOR SPEAK UP:
“This book encourages kids to speak up about injustice and bullying, but also about their own feelings. It’s a great
conversation-starter for this moment, with important words of wisdom for moments to come.” —Today
Meet Miranda Paul – New video!
LITTLE LIBRARIES, BIG HEROES
SEPTEMBER 3, 2019
WORDS BY MIRANDA PAUL || ART BY JOHN PARRA
A JUNIOR LIBRARY GUILD SELECTION
“Little Libraries, Big Heroes captures the magic of the Little Free Library movement and the power of a single person to make a difference. When kids read this book, we think they’ll want to be big heroes, too! Highly recommended!” —Margret Aldrich, program manager at the national Little Free Library nonprofit organization and author of The Little Free Library Book
“This book proves ordinary people can do extraordinary, life-changing things. Readers will be inspired to make their own difference in the world.” —Pat Zietlow Miller, NYT bestselling author of Be Kind
“[A] celebration and history of the Little Free Library movement….A book to share about book-sharing at its best.” —Kirkus Reviews
“The way the text traces Bol’s big idea back to its emotional source offers a path to heroes literary and ordinary both.” —Publishers Weekly
“Kids curious about the little neighborhood libraries that look a bit like oversized mailboxes or book-holding birdhouses will be interested to find out how they came to be and how a simple idea can gain traction.” —Booklist
Order copies of Miranda Paul’s books from Boswell, Powell’s, Amazon, B&N, or Target.com
Author Visit booking for 2022-2023 is now open.
See mirandapaul.com/school-visits or request a special visit to your city or school.
In-person visits resume September 2021, as deemed safe.
Miranda Paul is fully vaccinated and boosted and will respect and adhere to all safety protocols.