From Brain to Bookshelf: Dr. Tanya Lee Stone Talks Visual Storytelling from Idea Through Book Design
Join us in the Champlain Room at Champlain College Wednesday, September 14th, to celebrate the publication of Dr. Tanya Lee Stone's newest book: Peace is a Chain Reaction: How World War II Japanese Balloon Bombs Brought People of Two Nations Together
Phoenix Books will be on site with copies of Dr. Stone's boooks for sale.
Tanya Lee Stone is best known for her narrative nonfiction that focuses on overlooked histories. Her Almost Astronauts: 13 Women Who Dared to Dream won the Robert F. Sibert Medal; Courage Has No Color, about the first Black paratroopers in WWII, won the NAACP Image Award. Peace is a Chain Reaction is her newest book (Candlewick 9/13/22). She has published several picture books for kids, including one forthcoming about Rosalind Franklin (Christy Ottaviano Books/Little Brown, 2023) called Remembering Rosalind. Stone has a PhD in Creative Writing and is an Assistant Professor & Program Director of the Professional Writing Program at Champlain College.