Q&A with Francisco Montaña Ibáñez, author of The Immortal Boy

Originally posted on Book Time:
The Immortal Boy from Raincoast Books and Levine Querido is an interesting story in content and presentation. Told in both Spanish and English, it shares the story of two different families and “how they weave together will never leave you.” I asked Francisco about writing The Immortal Boy, his other work…

Always Spring Forward

Hola! For those looking for some Wednesday Wisdom, read the above^ “Always Spring Forward”! Pun-intended for that lovely Spring weather, remember that it is better to keep trying to blossom than dwelling on the excuses. Really enjoyed creating this. Happy Wednesday! Stay motivated! Yvonne

Latino Inclusivity in Popular Young Adult Novels

Putting some thought into the young adult novels read during younger years or in recent times, one may remember some prominent ones such as The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, The Harry Potter Series, The Fault In Our Stars, or A Wrinkle In Time. All of these novels have stood out in their own way. However, how many of theseContinue reading “Latino Inclusivity in Popular Young Adult Novels”

Book Jacket Sample for Social Psychology

    Hi guys! I have brainstormed and created these book jackets for Social Psychology. As you may know, I majored in Media Studies and Psychology. I created this book jacket with warm and inviting colors, and added images that represent diversity and different social gatherings. The major difference between them is the back cover;Continue reading “Book Jacket Sample for Social Psychology”

It’s the Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy of Blog Number 2

Starting with a reveille (signal sounded with a bugle and/or drum) played by a bugle boy, “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy”, sang by the Andrews Sisters, is a swing and boogie woogie (jump blues) recording first introduced in 1941, right before World War II broke out. A bugle is a brass instrument, similar to a trumpetContinue reading “It’s the Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy of Blog Number 2”