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BRAD MELTZER – A NEW DAY & I AM FRIDA KEHLO (Ordinary People Change the World)

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Author: Brad Meltzer

Books: A NEW DAY & I AM FRIDA KEHLO (Ordinary People Change the World)

Publishing: Dial Books (A NEW DAY – March 2, 2021) (I AM FRIDA KAHLO – March 9, 2021)

Synopses (from the Publisher):

A NEW DAY:

This big-hearted story of kindness—reminiscent of The Day the Crayons Quit—is written by the bestselling author of Ordinary People Change the World and illustrated by the Caldecott Medal-winning creator of Beekle.

Sunday quit, just like that. She said she was tired of being a day. And so the other days of the week had no choice but to advertise: “WANTED: A NEW DAY. Must be relaxing, tranquil, and replenishing. Serious inquires only.” Soon lots of hopefuls arrived with their suggestions, such as Funday, Bunday, Acrobaturday, SuperheroDay, and even MonstersWhoResembleJellyfishDay! Things quickly got out of hand . . . until one more candidate showed up: a little girl with a thank-you gift for Sunday. The girl suggested simply a nice day–a day to be kind. And her gratitude made a calendar’s worth of difference to Sunday, who decided she didn’t need to quit after all.

When we appreciate each other a little bit more, all the days of the week can be brand-new days where everything is possible.

I AM FRIDA KAHLO:

The famous Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is the 23rd hero in the New York Times bestselling picture book biography series from Brad Meltzer and Christopher Eliopoulos

This friendly, fun biography series focuses on the traits that made our heroes great–the traits that kids can aspire to in order to live heroically themselves. Each book tells the story of an icon in a lively, conversational way that works well for the youngest nonfiction readers and that always includes the hero’s childhood influences. At the back are an excellent timeline and photos. This book features Frida Kahlo, the renowned Mexican painter and activist. After surviving a bus crash, she made her mark in art history for her unique way of looking at the world and integrating her own image and life into her paintings.