Tag Archives: Annette Bay Pimentel

January 05

Jubilee: The First Therapy Horse and an Olympic Dream by K T Johnston, illustrated by Anabella Ortiz – Review by Annette Bay Pimentel

What does it mean to have a disability? Sometimes disabilities are obvious to an onlooker—a wheelchair or a white cane signal “disability.” But many disabilities are silent. Kids in a class might never know that their fellow students live with disability. Jubilee: The First Therapy Horse and an Olympic Dream by K T Johnston, illustrated […]

November 20

Super Gear: Nurturing my Inner Science Nerd by Annette Bay Pimentel

I’m thrilled my seventh grade daughter loves math. I sign her up for science activities. But I try to keep my own secret hidden from her: I fell off the STEM bandwagon in middle school. I used to be just like her—an elementary and junior high school math whiz who always got put in advanced […]