Happy publication day, Hammering for Freedom by Rita Lorraine Hubbard!

Hammering for Freedom

Born into slavery in Tennessee, William Lewis learned the blacksmith trade as soon as he was old enough to grip a hammer. He proved to be an exceptional blacksmith and earned so much money fixing old tools and creating new ones that he was allowed to keep a little money for himself. With just a few coins in his pocket, Bill set a daring plan in motion: he was determined to free his family.

The recipient of starred reviews from both Kirkus and SLJKirkus Reviews called Hammering for Freedom “Powerful and uplifting” and School Library Journal called Rita’s debut, “A well-crafted picture book biography that belongs in every elementary nonfiction collection.”

Winner of Lee & Low’s New Voices Award and a Junior Library Guild selection, Hammering for Freedom tells the true story of one man’s skill, hard work, and resolve to keep his family together.

Hammering for Freedom is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and your favorite indie bookstore.

I’m so thrilled for Rita Lorraine Hubbard’s debut to be out in the world, and so excited to share with you more of her work in the future!

NB: Rita won the New Voices Award before we started working together, but this is a book I wish I rep’ed! 

Preorders now available for Princesses Can Fix It! on AmazonBarnes & NobleBookshop.org, Indiebound, and you can add the book to your Goodreads.

For a personalized, autographed copy, you can pre-order from The Silver Unicorn

Chicken Wants a Nap by Tracy Marchini

"A surprising gem." -- Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

Chicken Wants a Nap is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and your favorite independent bookstore!

Join the Quacktory

Sign up to receive a monthly update from the Quacktory, including exclusive information about my books and giveaways!

Join Now!

You have Successfully Subscribed!