Summer is officially in the air. Leisure reading gets its proper due, and fun and relaxation take precedence. Many would argue that it’s the best time of the year which is why we are delighted to announce a few changes ahead for Imagiread. First up, a big THANK YOU to everyone who has supported our… Continue reading Summer brings change
Over the years, Imagiread has done all sorts of things to engage in an ongoing conversation about how equitable access to quality culturally responsive literacy development instruction needs to be first and foremost leading early childhood education. We’ve been fortunate to meet and work with some incredible individuals who share the same values throughout. Authors… Continue reading Chuchosbooks & Imagiread
We want to think that our humble beginnings had everything to do with raising awareness about preserving the earth and everything involved. Starting with our most precious resource, water. Our first children’s release, It’s Water Time, Ma!, was designed to encourage dialogue about how families think about water, especially proper hydration and conservation. The goal… Continue reading Earth Day 2021
Recently we put together a year in review post that outlined what we accomplished in 2020. In it, we referenced the release of our Wheel of Imagination and how it acts as the foundation of all of our programming. The Wheel was designed by Imagiread’s Head Imaginarian, Mrs. Tiffany, during her many years of classroom… Continue reading Imagiread’s Wheel of Imagination
Our very first “In Other Words” Wednesday is here and the word of the day is influx. Comment below and tell us how you remixed the word. Missed the instructions? Check out this post.
As part of Imagiread’s ongoing commitment to community literacy development, we partner with entities and organizations that share our educational values and principles. BSAM Houston, a local chapter of the Black Speculative Arts Movement, and Imagiread have been working together on an ongoing production that converges black thought, black education, and black futures. As we… Continue reading Join BSAM Houston for a special Kwanzaa Celebration