Didn’t We Have Fun! Wins 2013 Skipping Stones Honor Award

We’re thrilled to announce that Didn’t We Have Fun! was chosen for an Honor Award from Skipping Stones magazine, as one of 12 books selected for the Multicultural and International Books category.

In the year of our 25th Anniversary, we recognize 25 outstanding books and teaching resources with the Skipping Stones Honor Awards. The honored books promote an understanding of cultures, cultivate cooperation and encourage a deeper understanding of the world’s diversity. They also encourage ecological richness, respect for multiple viewpoints and close relationships within human societies.

The winners are listed in three categories—Multicultural and International Books, Nature and Ecology Books, and Teaching Resources. We believe these unique titles offer an exciting way to explore and understand cultures, places, societies and their histories.

For book reviews, please visit: www.SkippingStones.org

Didn't We Have Fun!, by Hilda Robinson & Jeff KunkelHere’s a full list of the winners in the Multicultural and International Books category.

We’re pleased to join this list of extraordinary books!

Please support these wonderful titles and recommend them to your school and public libraries.

Didn’t We Have Fun!
By Hilda Robinson & Jeff Kunkel, illustr. Hilda Robinson
CrickhollowBooks.com
Picture Book. Elementary grades. ISBN: 978-1-933987-17-0

Queen of the Track
by Heather Lang, illustr. Floyd Cooper (boydsmillspress.com).
Picture book. Elementary grades. ISBN: 978-1-59078-850-9

Tea Cakes for Tosh
by Kelly Starling Lyons, illustr. E. B. Lewis (penguin.com/youngreaders).
Elementary grades. Picture book. ISBN: 978-0-399-25213-6

Unspoken: A Story from the Underground Railroad
by Henry Cole (scholastic.com).
Picture book without words. Elementary grades. ISBN: 978-0-545-39997-5

The Lynching of Louie Sam
by Elizabeth Stewart (annickpress.com).
Novel. Middle and upper grades. ISBN: 978-1-55451-438-0

The Poet Upstairs
by Judith Ortiz Cofer, illustr. Oscar Ortiz (artepublicopress.com).
Picture book. Elementary grades. ISBN: 978-1-55885-704-9

Los pájaros no tienen fronteras: Leyendas y mitos de América Latina
by Edna Iturralde, illustr. Andrezzinho (librosalfaguarainfantil.com/co).
In Spanish only. Grades 6-9. ISBN: 978-958-758-494-3

Finders Keepers? A True Story in India
and its Spanish translation, ¿Es Mio? Una historia verdadera en la India
by Robert Arnett, illustr. Smita Turakhia (www.AtmanPress.com).
Picture books. Grades 1-6. ISBN: 978-0-96529008-1 and 978-0-96529000-5

Three Years and Eight Months
by Icy Smith, illustr. Jennifer Kindert (eastwestdiscovery.com).
Picture book. Elementary and middle grades. ISBN: 978-0-98562378-4

The Whole Story of Half of a Girl
by Veera Hiranandani (randomhouse.com/kids).
Novel. Middle grades. ISBN: 978-0-385-74128-6

Hope and Tears: Ellis Island Voices
by Gwenyth Swain (calkinscreekbooks.com).
History. Grades 5-10. ISBN: 978-1-59078-765-6

Peace
by Wendy Anderson Halperin (drawingchildrenintopeace.com).
Picture book. All ages. ISBN: 978-0-689-82552-1

Please support all these worthy titles!

One Comment on “Didn’t We Have Fun! Wins 2013 Skipping Stones Honor Award

  1. Dear friends;
    I am Hilda Robinson, who shared my story with Rev Jeff Kunkel. He sat and talked and brought forth this book. I thank him ,and I thank Mr. Phillip Martin for giving my story a chance. I am really surprised that this is a story that so many have lived. I thank God for life!

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