Cynthia Levinson Explores the Fault Lines in the Constitution

As we look ahead to spring, MRA is moving its annual conference online during the weekend of March 12 to 14, 2021. One of our featured speakers is former educator Cynthia Levinson, who writes (mostly) nonfiction for (mostly) young readers about social justice.

Register here via the Whova platform.

She’s written We’ve Got A Job, The Youngest Marcher, Watch Out for Flying Kids, and Fault Lines in the Constitution, written with husband Sandy Levinson (and also available as a graphic novel).

Her books have won recognition from the International Literacy Association, Junior Library Guild, National Council of Teachers of English, American Library Association, Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, and the NAACP.

She divides her time between Austin and Boston. Check out her website or follow her on Twitter @cylev.

Check out a short trailer on the nonfiction picture book, The Youngest Marcher: The Story of Audrey Faye Hendricks, a Young Civil Rights Activist by Cynthia Levinson.

The Michigan Reading Association welcomes all members — those who are new as well as whose memberships may have lapsed — to promote literacy by renewing your membership. To update your membership for the low price of $35, click here .

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