Hollis will moderate a virtual chat with Eric Schurenberg, CEO of media brands Inc. and Fast Company and host of The Human Factor.
Now out, the bilingual Spanish-English edition of Counting Kindness, ‘A Contar Amabilidad’.
I am thrilled to announce that Charlesbridge will publish a bilingual Spanish-English edition of ‘Counting Kindness’!
Counting Kindness is nominated for the 3 Star children’s book award of the DCLA School Library Section
Elle and her young reader Max read Counting Kindness with Reading Is Resistance. They used their reading guide to support their anti-racist/anti-bias learning together.
Portland organization Reading is Resistance added Counting Kindness to their reading guides “designed to support grown ups in their reading experiences with young readers.”
Count kindnesses with us! Tune in every festival day at 10:00 AM for another kindness!
In a StoryMachine exclusive, award-winning illustrator Barroux creates a new short film about kindness every day during ILFDublin.
Hollis will moderate a virtual roundtable with Acting Deputy Chief of the U.S. Mission to the Netherlands, Jennifer DeWitt Walsh & Deputy Public Affairs Officer, Omar Cardentey.
I am excited to announce that “Contamos Contando”, the Spanish language Mexican edition of Hello!/Counting Kindness, will be published soon!
Poetry e-zine Songs of Eretz, dedicated to “bringing a little more good poetry and art into the world”, published Hollis’ poem The Pupil in their spring 2021 issue.
Delighted to welcome this beautifully translated Italian edition to the ‘Hello!/Counting Kindness’ collection!
Hollis will moderate this Ivy Circle – Harvard Club NL event, with Harvard alum Brandyn Curry.
On February 18, there will be a virtual happy hour to celebrate Lilith’s new Winter Issue, which includes the poem Just Girls by Hollis.
On- and offline magazine Lilith has just published Hollis’ poem ‘Just Girls’ in the Winter 2020-2021 issue, with comments by Poetry Editor Alicia Ostriker.
Over two hundred writers called on their social media followers to buy books from their local bookstores in lockdown.