It's time to check out The Unjournal of Children's Literature to read its newly published works! This month's works -- articles, interview, and artwork -- continue and complete the first issue's theme of "transformations" and revolve around diversity and Chicano/a identity, focusing on such issues as the need for change in finding and assessing diverse children's lit, the reimagining of motherhood, and understanding the whole child. We are excited to have included an interview with author Pam Munoz Ryan, provocative artwork from two artists, and excellent written pieces from Dr. Phillip Serrato and Megan Parry.
The compilation of these works further demonstrates the diverse array we want to develop in The Unjournal. Take some time to read these fascinating pieces and reacquaint yourself with the earlier works, and then feel free to leave comments on the journal itself, or via twitter (#childlitunjournal).