Your Story Has a Home Here: Creating Compassion and Understanding for the Homeless Through Art and Personal Story

I just saw that the article I wrote about the Your Story Has a Home Here project is on School Library Journal’s website! (Disclaimer, the version that appears here was edited by an SJL editor and placed online before I could take a look. As a rule, I don’t like using the word “kid” to refer to “teens”, but it’s done here with wild abandon. That being said, I’m TRULY grateful for having had the opportunity to share this project with the SJL audience!)

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