I firmly believe that picture books are for everyone. In my work as a marriage and family therapist I utilize bibliotherapy (the use of books
As we start this new year 2017 of writing and illustrating books, consider all the children of this earth. Universal themes underlie the best stories
Top Ten Reads in 2016
Recently I traveled almost the length of Cuba on a people to people, educational tour, something only possible recently because I am an American.
We all know a book that touched our life, that made us cry or laugh out loud. I know I’m preaching to the choir here.
Kid Crazy and the Kilowatt King brings energy into the picture book world with vivid words and illustrations.
My vintage-book collection expanded this summer with two picture books published within two years of each other. One is fiction, the other nonfiction, and both
Henry Herz writes picture books with his sons. I love how he works with his kids to create beautiful books. We especially adore one of
In honor of the release of Monster Needs to Go to School, the sixth book in the Monster&Me series published by Mighty Media Press, I wanted
Guest Post by Rob Broder, Ripple Grove Press, and Piotr Parda “I never read. I just look at pictures.” – Andy Warhol Wordless, adjective: without
I met Sandra Markle when I attended Jane Yolen’s Picture Book Boot Camp. The tall and stunning Sandra Markle stood out. I had no idea at
Sometimes a book leaves an impression so deep that I internalize the emotions. It prompts me to find a new audience of eager children to
Ben Clanton’s newest book, IT CAME IN THE MAIL, is out today! When the book came in the mail at our house, Sammy and I
Confused by what Mama, wist je dat? means? Well, it’s the title of my new picture book, YA KNOW WHAT?, but in Dutch. Let me