This morning, author Rene Saldana posted this one on his Facebook page*:
Seeing his, I went back to the one I started making last night. Here's mine:
If you create one with a political message about children's or young adult literature, let me know and I'll add it.
Here's one from librarian Sujei Lugo, added at 11:48 on September 22, 2015:
Here's one from 8mph Ansible (on Twitter), added at 1:16 on September 22, 2015:
Delighted to add artist Don Tate (Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015) who used his artistic skills to great effect!
This one is from Gwen Tarbox, children's literature professor (added on September 23, 2015):
*In later conversations with Rene, he told me that he was surprised when he downloaded his avatar and saw that he was invisible. In the part where you select skin tone, he had selected a light brown. We both wonder if invisible was an option, and why his avatar turned out invisible. I thought it was deliberate on his part. It echoed the invisible nature of books by Latino writers, and, reminded me of an essay he wrote at Latinos in Kidlit, Forgive Me My Bluntness: I'm a Writer of Color and I'm Right Here In Front of You: I'm the One Sitting Alone at the Table.